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Jimbo88

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Hi all I'm Jim from Conisbrough in South Yorkshire.
I work at a plumbers merchant but have always had an interest in farming and grew up around farms in the wentworth area when I was younger.
Joined to basically learn and also to see if over time anyone would be kind enough to let me help with a little pest control.
 

Mutizwam

New Member
For new member to introduce themselves, where your from, what you do etc. (If you want to of course!)
I am Miriam Mutizwa British national exploring farming opportunities in South Africa under Women in Agriculture banned. Hoping to connect with markets and solution providers. The farm we are working in acquiring focuses on horticulture of the following, cucumber, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, pepper and cabbage. On the cards is cravo for strawberries. Bulk of production is under cover.
 
Hello everyone, thought I'd finally introduce myself now I've joined the farming community full time.

After nearly 15 years in engineering (some of which I spent designing a local brand of yellow materials handler..) I've returned to the family farm, hopefully with some experience but definitely to live the dream! So far so good.

Rob from Derbyshire.
So Dieci are your fault then :whistle::ROFLMAO:

Welcome aboard.
 

onesiedale

Member
Location
Derbyshire
Hello everyone, thought I'd finally introduce myself now I've joined the farming community full time.

After nearly 15 years in engineering (some of which I spent designing a local brand of yellow materials handler..) I've returned to the family farm, hopefully with some experience but definitely to live the dream! So far so good.

Rob from Derbyshire.
Hi Rob and welcome. Guess you've been pretty well working next door on your yellow machines.
Good luck back at home with the dream. You know where we are now if you need anything.
We're the ones with a red machine :ROFLMAO:
 

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Creamy, untreated and in a glass bottle: Britain gets a taste for old-fashioned milk

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Creamy, untreated and in a glass bottle: Britain gets a taste for old-fashioned milk

Written by Freya Herring

Dairy farmers cash in on a growing trend to replace both homogenisation and plastic with a revival of the traditional ways
“When the milk price crashed five years ago, we were in a bad...
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