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Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by sleepy, Feb 14, 2013.
But you can't adapt a farming system to a freak once in a lifetime year
True , but this is the second in my life, however I was only six last time.
Small farms with smaller herds copped with that year a lot better I do admit, But then it did not come off the back of this winter we have had
We've been quoted £150 a ton delivered for 'Meadow' Hay in big bale form this morning, need something to try and stretch the Silage out. Thoughts?
That's where it's at
Thank you, much appreciated.
Feed them straw
60 tons of my wheat has gone to a big shoot in Wales , to feed the 1000s of pheasants that will be shot by the likes of Clarkson and Botham . It’s another market for grain, but probably won’t please some livestock farmers.
and possibly a few barley and straw barons too
How much will a driven bird be this year @Clive .
Seems bale grabs have been extremely popular this year....I wonder why?
Has Mr Short Been deselected
Back to talking sense then
They'll be worthless in 6 weeks .
I’ll have them
[QUOheavierrage Trader, post: 5380530, member: 473"]Back to talking sense then
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How heavy,do think they are,how many to your wagon,how much to deliver to mid devon. Thank s
Sorry they are not mine .but my eyes tell me they are very light .but not lighter that those Dorset farmers thought worth over £50 in that auction down there back in March. As always it's The South West farmers that seem to run price control that evryone else has to follow
How heavy,do think they are,how many to your wagon,how much to deliver to mid devon. Thank s[/QUOTE]
Guess at 200/250
72 on lorry and drag.
Estimate £650 for haulage.
I reckon they would be £105/t on farm
What do you think?
I think the same as you