Anyone else had this from bs

nick...

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Arable Farmer
Location
south norfolk
As above.no idea who Map of Ag are though.ive no more intention of growing beet than being smacked in the face with a shovel.
they must be getting desperate
nick...
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ewald

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Arable Farmer
Location
Mid-Lincs
I am intending renewing my contract for next year, but following a conversation with my haulier am wondering why - Newark broke down again this weekend, it has performed at around half its capacity so far this year and has cost my haulier 600 loads so far. He is predicting a May finish
 

Lincs Lass

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Location
north lincs
I am intending renewing my contract for next year, but following a conversation with my haulier am wondering why - Newark broke down again this weekend, it has performed at around half its capacity so far this year and has cost my haulier 600 loads so far. He is predicting a May finish
Newark spent a few million ££ on new computers and processing ,,problems from day 1 ,nothing worked and they still cant sort it + driver shortage isnt helping .
Landlord contract drills,side hoes and lifts along with another guy not far away ,,landlord hasnt lifted his own yet ,better of in the ground as sat on the pad loosing condition .
 

Flat 10

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Location
Fen Edge
If I was BS I wouldn’t tell everyone where I got your information from but you can hardly blame them for trying to recruit growers, it is after all their business/job.
 

B'o'B

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Arable Farmer
Location
Rutland
They can’t be too desperate as they haven’t contacted us yet.
9 years since we last grew beet. I liked the crop, but didn’t like harvesting it,
nor dealing BS.
NFU Sugar didn’t cover themselves in glory with me either for various reasons at the end.
 

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