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Jdunn55

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Bugger! No mastitis since August and this morning I find this! 😡

Slats cleared, can never believe how much crap accumulates over time! Featuring one of my new gates in the background 🙈😂
 

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Jdunn55

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Ahh we did the slats last night after milking just couldn't see how much came out, I'm about to start scraping up but got to pick up the silage around the ring feeder first so am currently sat in the telehandler procrastinating 😂
All by 8.30 this morning your doing well! Iv scraped and wagon about to milk,steady Sunday here!
 

Sid

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Livestock Farmer
Location
South Molton
Father and I have be known to start wittering on to reps that used to cold call in here in something that resembled Eastern European language 🤣 they’d soon disappear,hardly see any now to be honest that haven’t made a appointment
Had a new young rep turn up in middle of tb test wanting to show me some leaflet on something.

He was told that now is definitely not the time and best to maybe return another day!
 

Ducati899

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Location
north dorset
I do that if I get a phone call that is obvious in the first few seconds is from a call centre abroad somewhere.

I had some fun with one of our friends from a call centre back along and then he turned quite nasty,started reading out my address to me and said he was coming to get me 🤣 I told him I’d give him 3 hours otherwise don’t bother 🤣👍🏻
 

Jdunn55

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Made it across the yard, through a couple of sheds, up the cow track and out to a field!
Maybe it's not that difficult after all 😂
 

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Ducati899

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Location
north dorset
Made it across the yard, through a couple of sheds, up the cow track and out to a field!
Maybe it's not that difficult after all 😂

We bred & showed pedigree limousin’s for years,really enjoyed it but was a lot of hard work.
Every Sunday night we’d tie 3 bulls or cows to a frame on the back of the old David brown 990 and walk them round the local village 🤣

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Jdunn55

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We bred & showed pedigree limousin’s for years,really enjoyed it but was a lot of hard work.
Every Sunday night we’d tie 3 bulls or cows to a frame on the back of the old David brown 990 and walk them round the local village 🤣

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I don't think I'm quite brave enough to take her off farm yet 😂 Lovely herd of limos, we were pedigree for a while but dad got fed up with the paperwork! My grandad always promised me for my 18th he would take me up to one of the national shows, he never made it unfortunately but one of my long term aims is to one day make it up to one of them with a show team 😀
 

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