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  1. T

    Superior Bruiser

    Hi all, Anyone selling a smaller size Superior Bruiser? Must be in good condition
  2. Yorkshire lad

    Wetting Barley

    We have some barley thats 12.5% moisture. We get a mobile mill in to it roll it but shatters and produces a dusty ration. We add as much molasses as the mill can apply without blocking it up ,but its still to dry Im thinking of adding some water prior to milling to bring it to 18% and would...
  3. James

    Putting front weight on and off

    Have a set of wafer weights that I put on the mf 5713. Iirc theres 11 × 45kg which is a pain in the back literally to do as I take them off and on as required. Is there a way of doing that as one using the front suspension raising and lowering? Near sure I've heard of it being done before.
  4. johnspeehs

    cows calving

    I read an article by someone in our local ag college with regards to cows calving , he says its about two hrs after the water bag appears in cows and 3 hrs in hfrs before you should intervene if nothings happening, sounds a bit long to me, I've had plenty of near misses in a lot shorter time...
  5. D

    Spring barley varieties tillering rate

    Does anyone have experience of the different tillering rates of the main varieties on the market? Is there any real difference? I'm thinking of varieties like Planet, Diablo and Cosmopolitan. Any help gratefully received in order to fill in my ignorance, having not grown it since 2013!
  6. Case290

    Fraser roller mill choice

    looking getting a replacement roller mill. Any clue to what the model numbers are on the Fraser mills Ie m5 m7 m9 fb12 ect.
  7. Rabbit Wolverine

    Massey Ferguson 9240

    I've always had a soft spot for these, and a local dealer has just had one come in. They look like they could be cheap hp and a bit of a bruiser, has anyone got any experience with them? Thinking maybe use it for drilling and grain hauling
  8. Northeastfarmer

    Thinking of getting a beltex...am I mad

    thinking of buying a beltex tup To tup 5 pedigree texel ewes I have to breed more of my own tups, and he will also cover about 40 older ewes....I haven't had a beltex for about 10 years as the last one tupped one ewe and popped his hooves....are they any better these days or am I nuttier than...
  9. zsnotdead

    Northern Ireland Milk Price Tracker

    trying to revive the ni milk price thread from the other forum which has nearly died, we differ from the rest of the uk in that most of our raw milk is "exported" to ireland and with brexit,europe what this holds for us. also most of our dairy products are exported which leaves us very exposed...
  10. More to life

    Holstein Bulls

    Who's worked for you ? My best old cows are by picston shottle and comstar outside they both have there faults the main one being they are to big. The in younger cows the outside son Jeeves looks to be the stand out sire. They are that bit smaller, solid cows with better udders and more set...
  11. Penmoel

    Today at work

    Just mentioned in Agricultural Matters it might be interesting if everyone just took a picture today of what you were doing, however mundane it maybe, would show the variety of work carried out, will start tomorrow.
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