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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Penmoel, May 20, 2013.

  1. Cuthbert

    Cuthbert Member

    Hi do mind me asking where you bought it from and how much. Also did you fit it
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  2. Gerbert

    Gerbert Member

    Dutch biblebelt
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    Raking today.
    The neighbour is a brave man letting his heifers into a field next to the highway without a wire. Seems like one is taking a liking of the water. It's deeper next to the highway but I am not so sure it'll keep them...
  3. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    He probably doesn't know they jumped the wire?
  4. polly tunnel

    polly tunnel Member

    This year trial IMG_0141.JPG IMG_0140.JPG spring barley dd with vaddy in to sprayed off ww/bg done 6 days ago
  5. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Keep us posted on how it establishes ..............
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  6. Shovelhands

    Shovelhands Member

    Sunny Essex
    Some interesting excavations went on today.....:) 863EBD1D-FBB3-4FAD-B80E-83F69B41E96E.jpeg
  7. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    North of York
    Playing underground Tetris? That's square and tidy.
  8. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    North of York
    Recycling a staircase.
    Just trying it for size. 20180516_165836.jpg
    Time for a bit of on the job re design.
  9. Gerbert

    Gerbert Member

    Dutch biblebelt
    There is no wire to jump, the wire you see is on my side and that'll be removed soon (newly aquired land).
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  10. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Feck ...........
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  11. JP1

    JP1 Moderator

    NEDAP sow weigher module UK launch with NEDAP’s Arno van Brandenburg on our stand at the Pig and Poultry Fair at Stoneleigh

    Great to catch up with half a dozen TFFErs too

    Photo taken by @Chris F

    Thank you

  12. solo

    solo Member

    71 loads later and I now have a :poop:pile. Just needs pushing up a bit.:whistle: DSC_0176.JPG
  13. Ducati899

    Ducati899 Member

    north dorset

    Starting on the maize ground today
  14. Pan mixer

    Pan mixer Member

    Near Colchester
    Some of my pile is going thank goodness - soon be storing it under the kitchen table otherwise.

  15. Getting some maize in
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  16. colhonk

    colhonk Member

    Got my OSR sprayed before the rain last night
  17. mrs mtx

    mrs mtx Member

    5BDAB5E5-E819-4528-8D34-383FD4D10001.jpeg Small boy is now carting silage after school this week :facepalm: I’m no longer required and he tells me to go home :shifty: A84FB3D4-E8B3-4C83-9CC5-9FCEB412F273.jpeg I think the picanto looks quite pretty as an agricultural vehicle :love: a bit like having a Bichon frise as a farm dog:ROFLMAO:
    Boothy, davedb, fred.950 and 41 others like this.
  18. v8willy

    v8willy Member

    Never knew they lay that shape, thought the same as cattle.

    Worth every second of it :cool:
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  19. v8willy

    v8willy Member

    Got a start made yesterday, only overgrown grazing but baled into 10/acre today.

    Boothy, davedb, Adeptandy and 21 others like this.
  20. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    North West
    Few pics from this morning, finally got round to sorting the pipe work out and repaires for the fire engine at the airport.

    Cutting down and capping some pipes

    Then nipped to a 6920 with a collapsed kingpin bearing, the customer had picked the parts up so got that sorted (didn’t get a pic of that bit though) also replaced the air brake valve.

    Then out with the sprayer to get some mang on some spring barley.
    First time round the field and a section valve packed in:banghead: luckily I always carry some spare ones with me(y)

    Watching the sun go down as I finished some weed control on a field of spring wheat:cool:
    davedb, Adeptandy, JohnD and 27 others like this.

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