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  1. Tim W

    Exlana ''Data Driven'' Elite Ram Sale

    Put the profit back in your sheep enterprise by taking the cost and work of wool away If you want to know what it's all about come to the sale and speak to the many customers who have bred this simple trait into their flocks Tuesday 3rd August 2021 Come to the sale or bid online from the...
  2. REStracTORATION

    Wanted mf 65 mk1 or a mk1 165

    My 10yr old son has his heart set on a mk1 65 or 165 , condition is not important I would prefere one needing alot of work etc Please pm or comment below if you have one that you would sell and to see it have a new lease of life. Many thanks
  3. T C

    Revystar Experience

    We have used Revystar on Spring Barley at "paint brush" for ramularia and it is disappointing. We used Adexar type (old stock) as a T2 on wheat and I thought we had too much septoria. My independent agronomist brought some plants from a neighbour who had used Revystar (same variety) and it was...
  4. Agriland RSS

    Farmer convicted for failing to notify movement of animals

    Written by Agriland Team from Agriland A Co. Down farmer has been convicted of 24 charges of failure to notify the movement of animals onto his holding or the birth of said animals and 21 charges of failure to notify the movement of animals off his holding. Patrick McVerry was also convicted...
  5. Thomas5060

    Helping registering 35x

    Hi Folks, need a little help with my grandas 35x. Came without a tax book, reg number is XAV 842, dvla say that the number is too old for their records. Someone has replaced the serial number plate and it has no serial number now 👎 what's the best way to go about getting a tax book?
  6. B

    Dodgy bastewards

    Most weekends we get some lads from the village parking up in various Lay-bys close to our house reving their cars, playing loud music and generally being arses at any time between 11pm and early hours of the morning. Last night at about 2.30am they are there again reving the car but no music -...
  7. Stags Agri

    DISPERSAL SALE OF 8 NEW HOLLAND & FORD TRACTORS, TELEHANDLER, SKID STEER, COMBINE, 2 QUAD BIKES, FULL RANGE OF FARM MACHINERY - Exeter - 31/07/21

    DISPERSAL SALE OF 8 NEW HOLLAND & FORD TRACTORS, TELEHANDLER, SKID STEER, COMBINE, 2 QUAD BIKES, FULL RANGE OF FARM MACHINERY, TRAILERS, ATTACHMENTS, LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT, GENERAL EQUIPMENT & FERTILIZER On Behalf of Messrs R G Seward & Sons SALE TO COMMENCE AT 10.30AM FULL DETAILS (MORE...
  8. L

    Horsebox trailer braking system

    Hi all, I was wondering if I can call upon your know how. I've bought a Twin axle Sinclair horsebox and trailer. Unladen weight 750kg laden 2000kg. On the GOV website it says that any trailer laden over 750kg needs a braking system. My question is this....does mine have one? I'll attach some...
  9. S

    Land Access Rights

    About 30 years ago their neighbour started to rent a section of the land behind the properties from the farmer. At this point they claimed the access as their own and started to use and maintain the access. Over time there was a dispute between the farmer and the neighbour which resulted in...
  10. C

    Commoner cattle causing damage

    I’m hoping to get some advice please. I live on a property that adjoins common land and the local farmer grazes their cattle on it. I have no issues with this at all, I love where I live. Recently though there is one new cow that loves our garden - twice breaking the chain pit across the...
  11. S

    Land Access Rights

    My parents have lived in their property for over 40 years, in between their drive way and next door there is an access track to the grass field behind their property. When I was growing up the access was always the right of way into the field for the farmers cows. At one point the field was...
  12. S

    17 reg disco engine kaput

    Just been talking to local guy who told me his 17 reg disco stopped on road now needs new engine costing at least 10k.... just out of warranty
  13. DanielKindred

    Analyse your grain this harvest for all 12 nutrients

    We've now opened registration for YEN Nutrition to measure and improve your crop nutrition - see https://www.yen.adas.co.uk/projects/yen-nutrition Cost £250 plus VAT for analysis & benchmarking of 6 fields, £40 for extra fields. We are keen to hear what you think of this new service and network.
  14. tomildinio

    Sunflower safe herbicides

    Pre emerge didn't work of pdm as was too dry. Too hot and dry for kerb and that didn't work. Now have a lovely crop of fat hen, sow thistle, chickweed and knotweed. Graminicides are OK but need something for broadleaves. Was reading in Canada they us salsa, the osr herbicide? Anyone any ideas...
  15. Badshot

    There's no farmland birds anymore

    Bollix. I'm getting deafened by skylarks! And I can't qualify for SFI with my current farm system! A short video I took outside my grainstore this morning. Couldn't actually focus on any but by God they're noisy buggers.
  16. Agriland RSS

    Tilly Pass scheme to provide inspections for agri-trailers

    Written by William Kellett Agricultural trailers are not registered for road use in the UK, and unlike commercial trailers they are not subject to an annual Ministry of Transport (MOT) Test. This can result in trailers not being maintained in accordance with the recommended requirements of the...
  17. F

    JD 6910 - what is a fair price?

    My neighbour quits farming and want to sell me his tidy 6910 year 2000 with 7600 hours - Frontlift + PTO - 20/20 Powrquad - Airbrakes - TLS - 3x SCV - JD Loader 731 - Tires 650 with 40% and 540 with 50% sadly without Airco...
  18. Ranger Security Solutions

    Reporting Rural Crime

    I can not emphasise enough, the need to report any and all rural crime - first to the police (and Environment Agency/local council for waste crime/fly-tipping), but also any organisation which you are a member of, be it the NFU, the CLA, CA, etc.. I fully appreciate how futile it too often is...
  19. News

    Cereals 2021 will go ahead as planned,

    The Cereals Event will go ahead as planned on the 30th of June, despite the delay in the lifting of lockdown restrictions, as it will still comply with local and national legislative measures, organisers have confirmed. As an outdoor agricultural event, Cereals will not be affected by the delay...
  20. CPM RSS

    Cereals 2021 WILL go ahead as planned

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham Organisers of this year’s Cereals Event have confirmed that the event will still go ahead, despite the delay in the lifting of lockdown restrictions. Charlotte Cunningham reports. As an outdoor agricultural event (Phase 2 of lockdown lifting 12 April 2021)...
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