Looks like im the only on here who would pick the Honda then.
We've got a 2013 500 manual/Auto. Its clocking on 49000 km and its been one heck of a good bike. Strong work horse that will go across some mighty steep hill ground and you feel safe on it doing so.
What are Brightwells up to at Builth Wells Market. They dont seem to be making any effort to run it during the lock down.. Is Builth going the same way as they did with Rhayader?
Are they wanting everyone to travel to Hereford i wonder. Seems to be a thriving well praised market there.
Seems like this Ambrose Farrow was the owner of QF Tractors and they were to be avoided like the plaque so think you should keep a wide birth of Stokesey Tractors too. A bargain is quiet often not a bargain.
Exactly. Think it says a lot if you get a large percentage of contractors using them. And there’s a fare pick for everyone when catching a sheep without someone in the far end of a race getting the tougher sheep.
Cant beat the J and S Pughe shearing trailer. John has sheared enough sheep over the years to know and see what works best. Its a bloody good set up. Easy to set up and no problem getting sheep into the trailer not like single race systems. Handy for doing any sheep work not just shearing.
Send it back to Willie Horner. He'll sort it out. He's a good chap . Totally staright. He may do you a good price as youve only bought it and just shorn 80 with it.
As said before those handpieces are bomb proof. Whats the point of spending a couple of hundred on a new handpiece. I bought a...
Ha ha i got presented o wooden spoon in one of the pubs in Penrith , i think the following year. Dark times for welsh rugby but lets now talk any more bout that haha.
Rhys Parry from mid wales was there in 91 . Quiet a few welsh there when i was at the college.
MusTaffers and the little chippy . Board and elbow, Gloucester and the sun inn down at Newton reigny. the Penrith pong from wildriggs. What will happen to lower beck side if the college closes? Is John rowlands still farming it?
Lodge Hamlet is the bull we use on everything. Good easy calving bull that consistently throws great stock. Does what is says on the tin. Cant fault the bull and we've ordered 30 more straws yesterday as hes on at a decent price too.
During the 90s Harry Martin who is a great chap was head of Agri at Newton Rigg and whatever management were up to he was doing a great job along with Chris Stables and all the other lecturers.
I remember competing against Kirkley Hall, Myascough, Askham Bryant and other Agri Colleges and...