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  1. Wilksy

    What about this pickup!?

    Sorry I wanted to tag this on to an existing pickup thread but could I ‘eck as like find one, Hull Mitsubishi sent me this and I thought it might be of interest
  2. bobk

    So what if the fert price doesn't stabilise by August

    Houston , we have a problem ..........
  3. C

    1 year grazing ley instead of fallow

    I have been approached by a friend asking whether I would be interested in having a 1 year grass ley in their arable rotation, instead of their current fallow year. I am interested, however 2 of the biggest costs are seed and establishment, and with them only being spread over 1 year it could...
  4. R

    Allotment on my boundary with no planning.

    5 ladies own the field above me (top right in photo). They are doing a bit of rewilding, outdoor yoga, praying around trees, and the latest is a community garden to sell vegetables in town. The land was/is permenant pasture. It is now becoming covered in bodged poly tunnels, raised beds...
  5. Jack Russell

    Small drill hopper

    We have a CO 6 Horsch drill. I want to swap the hopper to a smaller unit as it’s only for OSR and we may also be able to mount a fert tank in that space as well. We will probably just fabricate a new tank but thought I would ask here in case some one has an old hopper that’s getting in the way...
  6. J

    Spring OSR

    How do people get on growing Spring OSR? Has anyone had any recent experience with it? Following end of August combined S.Barley and felt it was too late to drill WOSR, kicking myself because as it turned out we probably would have been fine with the open Autumn we have just had. Heavyish land...
  7. Farm Classifieds

    Horstine Pro Seed OSR Seeder Unit

    Horstine Pro Seed OSR Seeder Unit Advert added by: Jon Marsh @Deerejon Machinery Details Category: Applicators Fertiliser spreader / broadcaster Price: £3000 Condition: New Description Horstine Pro Seed OSR 8 outlet Seeder unit, New never been used but...
  8. Rob Holmes

    Looks like autumn muckspreading is back on

  9. bankrupt

    N 1

    Kicking off today on Hybrid WB. As to profitability, recently seen lot of advisory nonsense about reduced applications due to the price of cereals having risen slower than the price of N. Here, straw yields linearly correlate with N (up to the point of lodging) so straw sales still finance N...
  10. MX7

    Suggestions for companion / "scaffolding" crops to support combinable peas (and other pulses that show potential but go flat before harvest)?

    Over the years some of you have grown companion / (scaffolding) crops with combinable peas to to help prevent the pea vines going flat before they are fit to harvest. I know this thread title has been discussed in the past but it would be really interesting to read the experiences of those of...
  11. L

    Zon 4 gas bird scarer

    Does anyone operate one of these and are they any good?Cheers
  12. Chris F

    There is no such thing as the wild in the UK?

    So much talk about re-wilding in the news. I've never liked the concept as its seems to be a dream in someone's head about what nature does when left to itself. But the wild - as in lets say 1,000 or 10,000 years ago, just does not exist any more in my opinion. There are 70 million people in...
  13. Agriland RSS

    PDA updates fertiliser recommendations for oilseed rape

    Written by Richard Halleron from Agriland The Potash Development Association (PDA) has acted to update its fertiliser recommendations for oilseed rape crops. A new advisory leaflet, published at the very end of 2021, relates the latest potassium (K), phosphate and sulphur requirements for...
  14. Agtech-Enthusiast

    Skippy Scout: Anyone used it or is planning to use it?

    Just wanting some feedback on Skippy Scout from people who have used it! Anyone planning on using it this season?
  15. T

    New Holland tf series harvesters

    Hi. Anyone Here familiar with nh tf series of harvesters? I have na offer for some very tidy tf 42,but to ne honest never came accros with that model. We are Deutz fahr nation when it comes to harvesters. Tf-s,any good? Bad sides,good sides? Quality od them? Spare parts prices? Etc,etc. Thanks
  16. S

    Foundations of Farming

    There have been many well contested threads debated on this forum but I discern what may be termed a 'thinning' in not only the views posted but also a 'thinning' in the threads themselves. By 'thinning' I posit that there is a weariness in the ranks of the forum members that is reflected in...
  17. TFF

    Propyzamide Reminder

    Use by date fast approaching - Propyzamide Don't forget, for most uses, it is illegal to use propyzamide after 31st January Just a reminder regarding the use of propyzamide where the label clearly states (with the exception of lettuce) the last date for legal use is 31st January (i.e. "before...
  18. Farmer Fin

    EFA (Scotland) greening options

    Considering EFA greening for this autumn. What have people grown in the mix / works well? It would be going in after SB so would have a short window for growth.
  19. C

    Your perfect seeding tine for a Horsch?

    From what I can see, a lot of gents are using a 1" tine in the spring and a 5" tine in the fall for cover crops. If you had the ability to build the perfect tine, what would it look like? Would you prefer narrower than a 1" for spring seeding? Something that is interchangeable between 1" and...
  20. K

    We would love to hear your feedback on a new Severn Trent Fertiliser we're developing

    Hi all My name is Katie Meehan and I work as a Product and Service Designer for Severn Trent. As a company which is constantly striving to do the right thing in order to help respond to our ever changing climate, we have identified an opportunity using new technology to develop a new...
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