The NFU has fully supported the new trade agreements the government has setup as well as fully supported the removal of BPS. At the same time they have also supported the incoming ELMS scheme as well as the SFI pilot.
It’s widely acknowledged and even confirmed by some local NFU offices that...
Can anyone point me in the direction of finding more information on converting steel framed sheds into a house ? Are there company that do it or is it simply do it yourself ? I have a 45x120 shed erected 20 years ago in good order in a stunning location, anyone have any thoughts?
Long story cut 80 ton barley 13% . But full of self set triticale from previous crop . This was green . Anyway cut it now in shed ands it’s red hot to the point u can’t put your hand in it . So have spreed it around another shed a foot deep. Still hot . No drying facilities . Question is will...
Thought I'd start one to make myself feel better.
Was on grass most of last week, was telling myself that the wheat volunteers would had made the moisture in the WB too high anyway🤥.
Plenty of rain over weekend and looks a showery week 🙄
When you get your Lexion out of the shed you have to state something portentous on Twitter such as:
‘Winter barley is a go’
A go? What is this mangling of the language? The correct phrase surely, is something like ‘harvest has commenced’
‘The barley isn’t quite fit but we’re...
This evening I looked at a new 6000 ton grain store with a new 45 tonhour continuous grain drier (5% per ton reduction per hour) fully automated installation. How reliable are the latest state of the art grain driers?
Put in PP for a grain store 120x60 back in Jan (as near an "active" airfield, determination date was Friday just gone, they have come back and said I have to do an infiltration test, I am aware what it is but find it a bit odd. Is this normal to be asked for such?
Site is Cotswold Brash so very...
Our action to negate or slow global warming is clearly not going fast enough. I don't point the finger at the UK exclusively, we are far from the worst offenders, however in general, are we doing enough ?
Looking at Agriculture alone, currently social media is full of pictures of tractors...
The RBST and the Sustainabile Food Trust have been banging on about this issue for a bit.
But it seems both the latest food report and George Eustice are missing the point re the important role of small abattoirs to farmers who sell direct or to local butchers. The big companies don’t want the...
I have decided to delegate it to the Mrs. so that I can get on with stuff that really is urgent. It feels like weight lifted and she has time and aptitude for it.
Is it getting to the point where it would be more cost effective to pay a clerk to deal with it than have to Wade through it...
Anyone built a portal frame with 24 foot bays?
What purlins were used, and what spacings?
I know that 9x3 timber is available in 24ft lengths. I want to mix 24ft and 20ft bays to run across the face of an existing building, don't want a big post right in the middle of the bay!
Anybody using one of these? Our bucket brush has had it and I’ve never been a fan of it as it creates so much dust and the caster wheels are weak so I’m thinking a push brush would be better.
Which ones to look at ?
All the stores I have at the moment are 120’ long by 55’ to 60’ wide with ridges running east to west. This presents one useful south facing roof for solar panels. I now want to build a shed probably 80’ long x 60’ wide orientated north to south.
So that I still get one south facing roof...
Although not currently allowed under RHI , going forward when this subsidy expires I wondered how different boilers perform on burning Grain ? I know the Guntamatic will happily burn cereals , any one had experience of the ETA Hack in this role ?
Looking at getting a new hoover for the drier/grain store. Any recommendations? Have looked at the big brute but seems very expensive. Agri linc have a couple that are a lot more reasonably priced, anyone tried them?