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Written by Agriland Team
New Holland is set to hold a “Youniverse” digital fair, a 10-day online event, next month where farmers and prospective customers can “meet” with some of the company’s specialists and explore the “New Holland world”.
Announcing this virtual fair, the agricultural...
Am desperately hoping someone on here can help me out with a few bits. My boss has recently purchased a New Holland Boomer 50, and neither he nor I know a thing about tractors! He bought it from a private party, and we essentially were given next to no documentation. I managed to get...
Have I missed this thread or has no one started?
Mucked 2 weeks ago.
Soil loosening with topsoiler yesterday and today.
Work with the carrier tomorrow and then wednesday.................. rain!!!? :rolleyes:
This is for spring barley.
How is everyone getting on, still to wet?
Heard this chap sympathising with farmers but saying we can help ourselves by "securing gaps in gates and fences" to help prevent sheep worrying ; played once in the week on the radio and again on BBC Farming Today
Surely if the gates and gaps were not secure the lambs would get out the other...
How do other people record pedigree information when running more than one bull with a group of cows? Do you guess the sire or DNA test or what?
I'm not selling breeding stock at the moment, but want to maintain pedigree status so I can do in the future.
Hi, please can anyone help? I purchased a tractor yesterday online. Spent thousands on it and today I receive an email saying they won’t deliver it until I pay the tax, which they will refund once I receive tractor. Seller confirmed vat was included to me yesterday.
Does anyone know a company or...
Evening all, we have now opened up registration to all famers. If you could share with other farmers you know. They can now sign up at - https://www.farmdeals.ag
We have good coverage in the following counties for fuel:
County: South Yorkshire, England, GB
County: Dorset, England, GB...
Written by Rachel Martin
Trade union leaders have said checkpoint staff based at Larne Port were told there was “no threat to their safety” just hours before the decision was made to withdraw them from their posts.
The unions also denied making claims that staff car registration details had...
i own a Fendt 718 SCR which came wit a built in Topcon AGI-4 GPS , on EGNOS . I've wanted to upgrade it to RTK and i found a radio module
that i bought. Now when i opened the reciever, i noted that the IMU (the gyro module) was not installed , even do i have gyro readings on my...
Written by Agriland Team
The number of beef sired calves registered in Northern Ireland has dropped by 1.7% for the month of January 2021, in comparison to January 2020, according to the Livestock and Meat Commission (LMC).
Overall, calf registrations reached 40,231 head in January 2021 –...
May end up with some this year, what variety stands/combines easily, etc?
Imagine yield percentage is secondary to other factors perhaps, has linseed moved on any in 10yrs since I last had a fairly unsatisfying attempt at it?
Now this really boils my pish
Vegans have bought a local house with ten acres of boggy scrub attached, and set up a "sanctuary".
They've very successfully raised money by "crowd funding" for fencing and materials.
Now they're looking for volunteers to look after the animals they've "saved"...
Written by Iain Hoey
Beginning on Monday next week (1 March), AHDB is launching Carbon Week: a week-long focus on carbon featuring five free webinars to outline the fundamentals of carbon within UK agriculture, bringing levy payers an essential guide to carbon and carbon footprinting.