Anybody in Yorkshire know about these guys?
Watching the viners on Inside the Factory. Talk of them growing 77 square miles of peas! At 50,000ac that sounded humongous!
Looking at their website they mention:
“Hartley’s have been growing peas around Knottingley and Tadcaster since 1954 and for...
I’m ok with stock but one thing I’m shocking at is driving and I don’t know why, does anyone have any advice for turning in a narrow gate (10ft) from a narrow road with a 20ft trailer . I always cut the corner short I’ve tried the jackknife technique but still to no avail. Or should I just give up
Looking at the older silage leys, dry weather means less bulk than usual for time of year...
What's the break point for getting in the forager + silage gang vs. going for bales?
Same contractor for both so mowing, tedding, raking all the same.
Some ground near, some far.
Any body know anything about these balers? Bought new one last year but having much luck with making good hard round bales. Iv screwed pressure up to 12 o clock mark on gauge. It’s just makes untidy looking bales which some are nearly 5ft rather than 4x4 what are a nightmare to wrap and stack...
The little grey Fergie we had when I was a kind occupies a central position in my memories of life as a farming child, first on our smallholding, then on a miniature dairy farm not far from Llandysul. Small, neat, purposeful, the Fergie revolutionised what we could do with our land. Obviously...
I was wondering what saving if any could be made if I were to buy a baler to bale our 500 bales v a contractor .I was looking at a tarruup bio for the job .it is hard to see how cost effective this would be .I know a clamp is cheaper but quality ain't as good either
We have a contractor cutting our crops and have been so for years. have been looking at getting our own and was wondering peoples thoughts.
We need the straw for the livestock so a straw walker combine. Around 6-700 acres to cut yearly, possibly and `little contract work.