To stray massively off topic....i thought 'dogging in the brecks' was his fave
I completely agree but it’s no worse than wheat; you need valid assurance to get to tip and once you’re in it’s lost with everyone else’s. Beet is arguably ‘safer’ than wheat because you can grow/sell wheat non-assured but not beet.
At least BS don't require a passport. Which begs the question as to why grain merchants need passports. My RT number is printed on the grain merchants contract for the loads and can be checked online, just as they did for my cattle, even when I included a sticker on the livestock entry form.
The grain passport does have a section asking if you have lathered it in insecticide in your store, but surely that is a conversation to have with the merchant before selling, not something that should come to light when the driver handsover the passport at the receiving end and its all a bit late.
I've got your lurgy now spinneythere you go boasting again ......though i admit it's a free country so however you how your 'hold' your 'valued input' is fine
i'm feeling better BTW