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  1. organic

    The Great Vegan Diet Con

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/great-vegan-diet-con/ It's too lomg to copy in full but here's a flavour: Canola oil, yeast, acidity regulator, methylcellulose, corn oil thickener, starch, gelling agent. “Hmm, I don’t like agents in my food,” says Jayne Buxton. We’re in...
  2. B

    Worlds gone f***ing mad!

    https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/new-zealand-price-sheep-cow-burps-cut-greenhouse-gases-2022-06-08/
  3. Hereward

    500t grain store, current cost

    What will a 500t grain store cost now, erected, including concrete floor, panels, roller shutter doors etc. £60k?
  4. Agriland RSS

    New Zealand to consider separate farm-level levy for methane emissions

    Written by Rubina Freiberg from Agriland The Primary Sector Climate Action Parternship, He Waka Eke Noa, has recommended a farm-level split-gas levy to reduce emissions and sequester carbon in New Zealand from 2025. Farmers would be responsible for reporting their emissions using a...
  5. Agriland RSS

    New Zealand to consider separate farm-level levy for methane emissions

    Written by Rubina Freiberg from Agriland The Primary Sector Climate Action Parternship, He Waka Eke Noa, has recommended a farm-level split-gas levy to reduce emissions and sequester carbon in New Zealand from 2025. Farmers would be responsible for reporting their emissions using a...
  6. A

    Opico Dryer, No air?

    My Opico 795 gas dryer throws up the error No Air when I try to light the burner. Does anyone have any ideas?
  7. ColinV6

    I polished the slurry tanker…

    So I had a spare couple of hours and thought I’d try and freshen up the paint on the tanker before it goes in for its dribble bar. I was questioning my own sanity half way through but I’m more than impressed with the end result! It actually has knocked years off it’s life and the paint has an...
  8. CPM RSS

    More transparency needed in fertiliser market, says NFU

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine The NFU is urging the government and industry to build more transparency into the fertiliser market, as part of a joined-up approach to make the nation’s food security more resilient. As arable event Cereals kicks off today (8 June 2022), NFU...
  9. Oldmacdonald

    What is the root cause of overcrowded hospitals?

    An underfunded NHS? Lack of willing applicants for Dr and Nurses jobs? NHS mismanagements? Or what? The photo in the toast thread of ambulances queuing up, can not be made to be normal!
  10. Robt

    wheat price and your predictions for what it will hit

    So with the awful situation in ukraine and they can only export 2 million tones per month... What will uk grown feed wheat hit? 450, 500 a ton?
  11. S

    Comer topper gearbox

    Any idea how to move this little darling off a comer topper gearbox? I've removed castle nut and washer and have no gas to hand and won't hammer off
  12. Steevo

    What one thing could the Government do to help UK farming?

    The Government seem rather lost at sea currently, especially when it comes to UK farming policy. What one thing would you ask of the government in order to help UK farming?
  13. Agriland RSS

    £31m funding invested to reduce fossil fuel usage

    Written by William Kellett from Agriland Over £31 million in new government funding will support industry to reduce its reliance on fossil fuel and slash carbon emissions, helping it to become greener and cutting energy bills. The funding announced includes over £6.6 million to help industry...
  14. B

    What! No one read the Telegraph this morning?

    Really helpful and balanced three page piece (The great plant based con). Just the type of thing many on here have been hoping would be published.
  15. unlacedgecko

    New Zealand has higher farm animal welfare

    https://www.thescottishfarmer.co.uk/news/20182605.rspca-state-new-zealand-judged-higher-welfare-uk/ According to the UK RSPCA. So UK claims of welfare should no longer act as a barrier to trade agreements. What's your thoughts?
  16. shumungus

    Crimping Grain for dummies.

    Explain please the pros and cons of crimping grain and how its done. Am in the situation where I am growing some spring wheat for the first time (grassland suckler and sheep farm). Had originally planted the wheat with the intention of wholecropping it but different people have told me I'd be...
  17. B

    My chainsaw caused a BT line fault

    Trimming a big tree in the garden ,I caught the neighbours telephone wire. I now need to report a fault, does anyone know how. The neighbour is elderly and needs the phone. Tried phoning bt but the system is useless.
  18. Agriland RSS

    Arla officially opens €190m German dairy plant expansion

    Written by Aisling O'Brien from Agriland Arla Foods has officially opened a €190 million expansion of its dairy production facility in Germany in a bid to meet global demand. In its biggest dairy investment to date, the European cooperative is increasing the production of milk powder at its...
  19. Romeogolf

    Older Self propelled sprayers - Case Study results

    There’s has been many debates over the years around the true cost of running older SP Sprayers. Just over two years ago I bought a 2004 chafer mirage with 7000hrs on the clock, and now it has been sold i have gone through my accounts and I can offer an accurate result of the figures. These...
  20. T

    Best quality imported AN and Urea

    I am loathe to play the CF mind games and am considering imported AN or Urea.As the title says I was wondering what people's opinions are as to which imported AN/Urea is the best quality.Thanks.
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