All things Dairy

Discussion in 'Dairy Farming' started by Cows 'n grass, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. Scholsey

    Scholsey Member

    Location:
    Herefordshire
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    First cut done, slight delay getting the tyres on due to bee swarm above the tyre storage department! Local bee keeper came and boxed them up for a new home somewhere.
     
  2. Busy AI morning.
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  3. coomoo

    coomoo Member

    Location:
    Scotland
  4. Yes. I had a play with a few estrotects last year and really liked them so I've gone 100% that way this year.

    I thought I'd be the last person in the country to move away from tail paint but I can't see myself ever going back to painting now.
     
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  5. Princess Pooper

    Location:
    East Mids
    Our local bee keeper been tearing her hair out, her bees keep swarming despite splitting them.
     
  6. vantage

    vantage Member

    Location:
    Pembs
    New tank arrived, together with super duper offloading. Dell the driver,top bloke, nothing too much trouble,had some mean motorbikes too! IMG_20190516_090020.jpg IMG_20190516_083512.jpg
     
  7. coomoo

    coomoo Member

    Location:
    Scotland
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  9. bigw

    bigw Member

    Location:
    Scotland
    A good gale of wind would shift a few sheets I would think.
     
  10. Scholsey

    Scholsey Member

    Location:
    Herefordshire
    Was told anymore than 20% clearsheets was way too much, think we have 15%......but come to think about the same guy did sell me the cow lights.....
     
  11. Bald Rick

    Bald Rick Member

    Location:
    Anglesey
    Our best (ie coolest & the one the cows would choose) has no roof lights at all
     
  12. Ducati899

    Ducati899 Member

    Location:
    north dorset
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    Bit of the bagged stuff today
     
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  13. I thats it

    I thats it Member

    I'm looking forward to these calving in the autumn IMG_20190516_160859.jpg IMG_20190516_160849.jpg
     
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  14. Dont see many autumn calving suckler herds down here. :p
     
  15. I thats it

    I thats it Member

    Cheeky
     
  16. Barmyfarmer

    Barmyfarmer Member

    Will they work on housed heifers do you think or will they be to inquisitive with them?
     
  17. Peterg

    Peterg Member

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  18. Davy

    Davy Member

    Location:
    North NI
    Had them on housed heifers this last winter. Great job, far better than tail paint. No questioning of whether it's a positive heat or just a bit of carry on
     
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  19. Agrispeed

    Agrispeed Member

    Location:
    Cornwall
    I used estotects and tail paint last year and I was pretty taken with them. I did get the odd one that ate theirs and a few that didn't seem to rub off, but I will be using them again (y)
     
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  20. Yes, I have friends who do this.

    It's really important to get them good and hot before applying them otherwise they will fall off
     

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