A shocking waste

AJ123

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Mixed Farmer
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South east
O right, yep agree.
Number ten should be like one of prince Charles’ suits, so unfashionable it never goes out of fashion if you see what I mean. Just send it back to a skilled craftsman every so often for a bit of regular TLC.
Bit like how they screwed up the press briefing room, what was wrong with a bit of oak panelling such as that which has been good enough for every other administration in uk history...instead we got £millions on a game show set that would need replacing in 2 years - if they hadn’t canned it before they started...

Tories are starting to irritate me and I’m as conservative as they come.
Local gov elections in May will be interesting.
 

toquark

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O right, yep agree.
Number ten should be like one of prince Charles’ suits, so unfashionable it never goes out of fashion if you see what I mean. Just send it back to a skilled craftsman every so often for a bit of regular TLC.
Bit like how they screwed up the press briefing room, what was wrong with a bit of oak panelling such as that which has been good enough for every other administration in uk history...instead we got £millions on a game show set that would need replacing in 2 years - if they hadn’t canned it before they started...

Tories are starting to irritate me and I’m as conservative as they come.
Local gov elections in May will be interesting.
Agreed. Except there’s no viable opposition to give the tories a kicking with.

Sh1te opposition = bad government.
 

Ashtree

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So while Her Majesty’s Navy is striking out to “project Britain’s global power and influence”, her chief man at No 10, is involved in some grotty go fund me stunt, to turn the bed sit overhead into a downmarket strip club. 😅😅😅😅😅

 

le bon paysan

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Livestock Farmer
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Limousin, France
So, we now know that it was Lord Brownlow who paid £58,000 towards the cost of makeover of the PM's Downing Street flat.... what hasn't been reported is that Brownlow, in his role as founder and director of Huntswood CTC Limited, has also benefited from government contracts
The man ranked 521st richest person in UK with est. £271m fortune, who paid the Tory party nearly £60,000 towards Boris Johnson's requested refurbishments, runs a firm linked to awards of contracts worth as much as £120,060,000
 

Ashtree

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So, we now know that it was Lord Brownlow who paid £58,000 towards the cost of makeover of the PM's Downing Street flat.... what hasn't been reported is that Brownlow, in his role as founder and director of Huntswood CTC Limited, has also benefited from government contracts
The man ranked 521st richest person in UK with est. £271m fortune, who paid the Tory party nearly £60,000 towards Boris Johnson's requested refurbishments, runs a firm linked to awards of contracts worth as much as £120,060,000
Sarkozy, would be very proud if he could pull off stunts like this😏
 
So, we now know that it was Lord Brownlow who paid £58,000 towards the cost of makeover of the PM's Downing Street flat.... what hasn't been reported is that Brownlow, in his role as founder and director of Huntswood CTC Limited, has also benefited from government contracts
The man ranked 521st richest person in UK with est. £271m fortune, who paid the Tory party nearly £60,000 towards Boris Johnson's requested refurbishments, runs a firm linked to awards of contracts worth as much as £120,060,000

Like it or lump it, that's the way politics works, whatever side of the house, or whichever Country you are in, get over it.

It's called getting things done.
 

Ncap

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Like it or lump it, that's the way politics works, whatever side of the house, or whichever Country you are in, get over it.

It's called getting things done.
It's not called that. It's call deceitful. Only called getting things done if you vote conservative (or for whichever party is screwing the money out at the time). And Johnson is a slimy coward (and liar)
 

Rejuvenating swards: Which option is best?

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Written by Brian McDonnell

Maintaining grass quality during mid-season grazing is important. Farmers can maintain quality by entering ideal grazing covers of 1,300 – 1,500kg DM/ha, and grazing down to a residual of 4cm every rotation.

If you are now in a situation where cows are not cleaning out paddocks as well as they should be, leading to the development of steamy grass within the sward, here are some options.

Common options for rejuvenating swards include:

  1. Take a silage cut, probably into bales, remove the material and start again with the aftermath...
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