loader bucket

  1. Andrew1983

    Supply chain issues?

    What are you waiting for that was due days/weeks/months ago? I had months to wait for parts for a hedge cutter ordered in January arrived end of March! A new combi drill ordered October due March still hasn’t arrived, pins for the power Harrow tines on the old one took about 3 weeks arrive, the...
  2. I

    JCB 3cx help.

    Hi Guys, I have an old 96 3CX backhoe, that I bought for a project a while back. Try to fire it up every month or so to keep everything working. Currently won’t start due to electrical problem that I haven’t been able to find so far, it’s definatley not battery or bat terminals or fuses or...
  3. S

    Sheep winter housing

    Morning all, just working out plans for winter grazing this year, a bit a head but nice to know what options we have. in a moderate winter our ground is completely saturated from January - March, we have an abundance of sheds so are toying with the ideas of winter housing our ewes from couple of...
  4. H

    Vicon Varispreader

    Hi all, Anyone still using a Vicon wagtail fro spreading Fert on grassland. Anyone bought a new one recently ? We used to run them for years before having a basic Kuhn disc spreader. Lots of small and awkward fields on 250 acres of grassland. Any thoughts welcome .
  5. B

    Grandfather rights

    Do grandfather rights still exist for forklift driving? Got a friend who’s taken early retirement looking for some summer work and he’s keen to help around the yard with the drier etc. He’s 65 years old and an ex plant mechanic and 360 operator so capable etc.
  6. JD-Kid

    Chapman sheep feeder

    looking at one of there feeders TF350 any down sides with them and what spares would be worth having on hand with them keep in mind im not just down the road been feeding out sheep nuts. getting a bit old hat. using 18 kg buckets have a grain feed but good luck knowing what 50...
  7. spin cycle

    pole barns

    how do you fix poles in the ground? bury or concrete?.....how do you stop rot? or how long do they last?
  8. icanshootwell

    Fertilizer a little lumpy!!

    20 to 30 years ago we never had this problem, every year now I seem to get several ton that lumps together in the bag, and I do drop the bags on their side to break the lumps which does help but some are to bad and this happens.
  9. H

    Flail for the Fergi

    Now the P3 is getting close to being useable again I need to get a flail for it to keep the grass down around the house. I know ill need an overrun clutch but other than that for light grass I am hoping the P3 will handle a 1.45-1.6m machine Been keeping an eye out on ebay and the likes for a...
  10. stablegirl

    What 13 to 15 ton digger?

    We are looking to buy a 13 to 15 ton digger, for some building work and making tracks along with loading muck spreaders and cleaning sand slurry out of our stores. Not going to do massive amounts probably 200 hours a year but its little bits and pieces so want to own the machine. Looking at...
  11. S

    Old milking parlours for small herds

    Hello all, Is it wanting to know if anyone is still milking small herds or any size herds in older style parlours e.g. byres, step up parlours or abreast. It would be interesting to see some photos of them if possible also how long does it take you to milk the cows through it. Many thanks all.
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    admit i caught the barn stantion while backing out of the barn and turning so to avoid another machine, had the loader bucket high up, and as backing out and turning just caught the stantion high up with the side of the bucket made it flex abit a noise but no permanent damage done i hope ...
  13. Ukjay

    The Right Timing.

    Hello, How do you now the right time to roll a pp paddock, as we need to get onto our to remove a lot of poaching and damage caused by the previous owners horses left out all weather. Tipped a trailer of muck two weeks ago, and the land carried the tractor ok - leaving relatively shallow...
  14. Stags Agri

    Unreserved Dispersal Sale - By Online Auction - Closing Sunday 28th Feb - Beaford, Devon

  15. beefandsleep

    Feed passage floor finish

    I’ve seen bare concrete, heard of tiles, paint, resin. What gives the best, smoothest, easy to clean finish alongside a feed barrier for on floor feeding. I’m building a new shed and I want it perfect.
  16. B

    Molasses on straw

    Hi, I'm running out of forage for my sucklers but have barley straw, I'm going to get some molasses to pour on and feed the straw, how many litres of molasses do I need to pour on one large straw bale, and what's best application method etc? Thanks for any advice
  17. Formatted

    Slatted scrapping passage

    Looking at beef housing, no space for a slurry pit and we're in a national park so wouldn't get planning for one. Would having a tank under a slatted feed passage with a straw lie back work? Or would the slats just get filled with straw? Could you have a tank under the barn and one entrance to...
  18. D

    Kit shed- doing the poured walls myself

    Hi everyone. Im 19 years old. I am training as a car mechanic and want to put up my own workshop for working on cars. I am after ordering a new kit shed. It is only a very handy shed as thats all I can afford at the moment It is going to be 47ft x 30ft x 12ft. Roof sheeting is non drip. 16ft...
  19. S

    Redrock drawbar snapped

    Out of curiosity has anyone had an issue with their redrock slurry tanker drawbar snapping, ours literally snapped the welds off leaving only the ring attached to the tractor and the tanker down the field!