Big freeze coming

Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by bobk, Jan 8, 2017.

  1. bobk

    bobk Member

    - 13 ffs hope it's Scotland
  2. Wombat

    Wombat Member

    East yorks
    Just saw that be a bit brisk
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  3. phillipe

    phillipe New Member

    might be in the caingorms or snowden but sea level nowhere near ,weather people try to sensationalize everything ,its january its cold move on
  4. bobk

    bobk Member

    Wasn't overly hot in 2010 ...
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  5. Willie adie

    Willie adie Member

    What snow in January hardly a shock, it should be winter in winter.
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  6. Good might get some slurry out
    wr., Gator, rc mx110 and 2 others like this.
  7. phillipe

    phillipe New Member

    i know working outside putting steels up flipping freezing ,minus 20 ish with the wind
  8. multi power

    multi power Member

    No offence but fudge off
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  9. Tarw Coch

    Tarw Coch Member

    But you're not supposed to spread slurry on frozen ground.
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  10. Willie adie

    Willie adie Member

    Well we just get on with it , we in Aberdeenshire are usually sheltered by the worst if it from west by the Grampians, from the north sot so much,

    I'd much rather snow now than bloody April or may
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  11. Better than sinking on wet ground
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  12. Willie adie

    Willie adie Member

    Don't worry we will handle it, I always chuckle when u see news reports in England with roads chaos, and you see the roads still black,
  13. silverfox

    silverfox Member

    The year I decided enough was enough, and stopped contract rearing 180 dairy heifers, as it wasn't much fun de frosting water tanks all day on my own.
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  14. MickMoor

    MickMoor Member

    Bonsall, UK
    Remember 2010 well, we were on a job in Scotland. As I said to my tyre man, we'll need those wintwer tyres, we have a winter job in Scotland.
  15. bobk

    bobk Member

    I used a hosepipe for 2 weeks , but starting the tractors was the biggest challenge .
  16. ARW

    ARW Member

    Muggles crap themselves when there's a light frost, typical uk media bulling it up
    I went skiing in 2010, flight out was delayed by 2 hours and talk of cancelling it because we had 1" of snow in an hour, got to italy airport with a good 2ft of snow and no problems
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  17. spin cycle

    spin cycle Member

    north norfolk
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  18. Chickcatcher

    Chickcatcher Member

    SG9 0RS
    You just need to try living down hear with them. The last snow we had little old car stuck in drift so driver locks it up I find them walking home took her back to her house but to her back door she then tells me she didnt live there so I took her to the other side of the house to the front door Oh she says I live hear. Got her to leave me with her keys so we could clear the drift found the car full of snow she had left both front windows fully open. Her home had been the Carrabian.
  19. You got me curious Howard. Just looked at my old uk area forecasts, can't see anything cold at all:scratchhead:
    In fact, 11 degrees next week end (are we still allowed to talk centigrade since brexit?)

    Fil says it's minus 20 (centigrade) in the cz rep but that's about normal
  20. bobk

    bobk Member

    Yes I looked also with similar results , but the bbc who are normally non commital have given this forecast and....... it's backed up by The Sun o_O

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