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  1. Stags Agri

    SOUTH WEST JUNE TIMED AUCTION OF 60+ TRACTORS, EXCAVATORS, TELEHANDLERS, VEHICLES, FARM MACHINERY ETC - CLOSING SUNDAY 5TH JUNE 2022

    THE SOUTH WEST JUNE ONLINE TIMED COLLECTIVE SALE OF 60 TRACTORS, EXCAVATORS, TELEHANDLERS & VEHICLES, FARM MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK & GENERAL EQUIPMENT (1000+ LOTS!) To Include A Special Sale Of Surplus Game Birds Including: 75,00 Day Old Chicks, 42,500 Poults & 3,000 Ex-Birds (Partridge &...
  2. S

    N2 Applied

    Just seen this in a old fw , fixes nitrogen into slurry or digestate using some sort of plasma, so just electric and air. Apparently reduces ammonia and methane emissions? There are a few running in UK, anyone know much about them? If it stabilises slurry maybe an alternative to a cover...
  3. Stags Agri

    THE SOUTH WEST JUNE ONLINE TIMED COLLECTIVE SALE OF 60 TRACTORS, EXCAVATORS, TELEHANDLERS & VEHICLES, FARM MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK & GENERAL EQUIPMENT

    NOW LIVE! THE SOUTH WEST JUNE ONLINE TIMED COLLECTIVE SALE OF 60 TRACTORS, EXCAVATORS, TELEHANDLERS & VEHICLES, FARM MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK & GENERAL EQUIPMENT ***TO INCLUDE: A SPECIAL DISPERSAL SALE OF THATCHING REED EQUIPMENT NR TAUNTON AND 1250 POTATO BOXES*** RUNNING FROM: THURSDAY 26TH MAY...
  4. Farm Classifieds

    Standen T3

    Standen T3 Advert added by: David Mold @moldengineer Machinery Details Category: Potato Equipment Potato Harvester Price: £20000 Condition: Good Description Standen T3. Omega separator. 3 webs. 40, 45 and 50. Good condition. Needs the topping roller recovering. 40 mm web is...
  5. benny6910

    Cover crop options please

    Sorry if this is in the wrong section but I’m looking for options for a cover crop to put on some fallow land that didn’t get sown with winter beans last autum. Half the field is beans so I’m looking for something to sow that will be deep rooting like the beans. Not mustard as possibly still got...
  6. beltane

    Brand new to all of this -- help? :)

    Good afternoon everyone! I am an American with strong ties to Britain - but will be farming over here in the US. I am brand new to it all, I am not from farming stock - just a blue collar, working class family. I own 24 acres (8 of which is wooded and I plan to keep that way) and I want to...
  7. bobk

    Anyone growing crops with no fert ?

    Excluding organic boys , could be interesting
  8. CPM RSS

    On Farm Opinion – A circular approach

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF Operating a truly sustainable farming system can only be achieved when all parts of the farm are playing their part towards the end goal, and for one farmer in Cheshire, this circular approach is key. CPM finds out more. We’ve seen undoubted savings...
  9. P

    36m tramlines in spuds

    Could someone explain to me in simple terms how this is done? What specialist kit? I presume planter??? Can you then plant all headland without headland track? Saw a thread on Twitter running a few days ago saying a lot of ground is then un-planted but I did think if track was planted maybe not...
  10. P

    Diesel tank filter

    I got fuel delivered recently to my 1000 litre tank as I believe the prices were only going in one direction, (I was right) The driver delivering the fuel told me it was madness that I had no filter on my fuel storage tank and I agree, my tank is high up and relies on gravity and it works well...
  11. C

    Long distance slurry pumping

    Currently spend quite a bit on pumping:poop::poop::poop::poop::poop:, particularly double pumping up to 3500m. would average out at probably 2000+m of pipe. What would be the best options for single pumping as far as we can? go to bigger pipes? thinking maybe 800-1000m of 6" then about the same...
  12. Fendt News

    The large combine harvester range welcomes the Fendt IDEAL 10

    The large combine harvester range welcomes the Fendt IDEAL 10 First unveiled at Agritechnica 2019, the large combine harvester Fendt IDEAL 10 is now on test runs. With the Fendt IDEAL 10, Fendt offers a standard combine harvester that does not require conventional steering wheel control...
  13. Fendt News

    The large combine harvester range welcomes the Fendt IDEAL 10

    The large combine harvester range welcomes the Fendt IDEAL 10 First unveiled at Agritechnica 2019, the large combine harvester Fendt IDEAL 10 is now on test runs. With the Fendt IDEAL 10, Fendt offers a standard combine harvester that does not require conventional steering wheel control...
  14. Fendt News

    The large combine harvester range welcomes the Fendt IDEAL 10

    The large combine harvester range welcomes the Fendt IDEAL 10 First unveiled at Agritechnica 2019, the large combine harvester Fendt IDEAL 10 is now on test runs. With the Fendt IDEAL 10, Fendt offers a standard combine harvester that does not require conventional steering wheel control...
  15. chaffcutter

    Air dryer for compressor?

    We have a small sandblaster which we run off a Hydrovane type compressor, but have never had it working 100% and we are told we need an air dryer. Anyone had experience of one of these/ As we only use it occasionally is it possible to hire one anywhere ? Any info much appreciated thanks.
  16. F

    Slurry tanker scraper

    Anybody using one or made there own version.
  17. Bokey

    Massey ferguson 565 combine good or bad?

    Just bought a 1980 mf 565 combine does anyone have any experience with them cheers?
  18. Andy FitzGibbon

    Deutz Agrolux 60 (SAME 1000 engine) problems

    Hi, first post here, from the USA. Deutz tractors aren't very common here except on large commercial operations, which I am not, and the closest dealer is several hours drive away. I have a 2008 Agrolux 60, with the SAME Series 1000 3 cylinder engine (no turbo) that is giving me trouble. It will...
  19. A

    Grimme SE 70-20 vs 75-20/30/40

    Hello, Looking at purchasing another Grimme harvester for potatoes. Currently have a SL 750 which is getting on. I believe the SL 750 may not have been offered in the UK, but its rear semi ring elevator has been problematic at times. I am looking for something more efficient at digging and...
  20. Headless chicken

    Cost to setup and run an umbilical slurry system

    just a matter of curiosity. If we are all forced into nvz and our contractors become to busy I suspect this is a route we will be forced down. We currently only run one tractor on the mixer wagon and our self employed tractor driver stores his tractor here which has now been roped in temporarily...
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