Today at work

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

  1. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    Location:
    North West
    Can’t see any reson why it wouldn’t glue or stick with araldite etc. Mine had a big whole in it and bits missing! I’ve known debris to go through into the fan before now and damage the rad so when with the new option. I’m also slightly ocd about broken stuff:cautious:
     
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  2. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    Location:
    North West
    I’ve seen that happen to tractors only a couple of months old:eek:, use to get them at the dealer for a full cab strip down to clean behind the panels and the electrics etc. The smell of :poop: never goes though:sick:
     
  3. Larel

    Larel Member

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    Rolling today. Then calibrated the fert spinner but to windy to sow. Hopefully better weather tomorrow.
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  4. Pan mixer

    Pan mixer Member

    Location:
    Near Colchester
    Slightly aggressive cow with blood all round her mouth, fortunately it was just from what she had been eating (i.e.afterbirth) and not the remains of any farm staff.

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  5. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    Location:
    North of York
    Major earthmoving today, ready for haha wall. 20190416_175158.jpg
     
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  6. Pan mixer

    Pan mixer Member

    Location:
    Near Colchester
    Pressure in the maternity wing eased a bit today, got a few out.

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    but some are keen to refill the pens.

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    Just 9 left now.
     
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  7. Dman2

    Dman2 Member

    Location:
    Durham, UK
    Whats a Haha wall
    Is some strange Yorkshire construction??
     
  8. Bobthebuilder

    Bobthebuilder Member

    Location:
    northumberland
    Pit stop time, first time on the new sprayer made easier with the new wheel trolly and the impact gun
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  9. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    Location:
    North of York
    As seen in all the best stately homes. Ask Dwoman.
     
  10. Tomtrac

    Tomtrac Member

    Location:
    Penrith cumbria
    We ran majors then countys etc mainly on dump trailers
    (shawney pools) with air brakes on trailers with compressor on tractor and a brake leaver on mudguard to operate brakes by hand
    Still put trailer brakes on spools sometimes if turning inn going down hill or a lot off down hills never touch tractor brakes just use trailer a lot easier to replace traler brakes and far cheaper
     
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  11. Dman2

    Dman2 Member

    Location:
    Durham, UK
    Yeh just googled it
    Don`t see many of those around the deprived former coalfields of the north east
     
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  12. JCfarmer

    JCfarmer Member

    Location:
    warks
    Haha we used to have one at school, bit like half a dyke! Sorry sound like a posh twaat now but not!
     
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  13. CrevisbigX

    CrevisbigX Member

    Location:
    Cheshire
  14. Boohoo

    Boohoo Member

    Location:
    Newtownabbey
    Moment of madness this morning, went shopping and bought a wrapper for idiot bricks FB_IMG_1555501276217.jpg
     
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  15. davidroberts30

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    Sucker for punishment...
     
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  16. Thanks....you just reminded me I'll probably have a hernia from using ours in a few weeks time!

    Ours was converted to have twin wrapping posts by the original owner ....it saves all the waiting around between the back breaking work!
     
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  17. CrevisbigX

    CrevisbigX Member

    Location:
    Cheshire
    Back on the after getting the pumping team set up. IMG_1036.JPG
     
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  18. alex04w

    alex04w Member

    Location:
    Co Antrim
    We had a contractor in spreading by umbilical cord. They were in field 9 of 10 when they had to stop with a slight problem with the tractor on the trailing shoe....

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    A broken half shaft.
     
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  19. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    Location:
    North West
    Catch up from yesterday -
    Last bit of spreading which was a tidy up job!
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    Loaded up for the last time, for a while at least:rolleyes:
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    And back to the yard for my favourite job! Cutting string off:mad:
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    And wash down, will get oil’d when it’s dried C235DEE1-23D5-41AB-99F5-A9561A76D3BB.jpeg

    And treated the 62 also.
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    Then spent all day today on the sprayer.
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    Kws Jackall is looking well.
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    Late sown kws lili coming on to.
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    And the canary seed has decided to put an appearance in, yesterday’s bit of rain must have got it excited(y)
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  20. AgriiMark

    AgriiMark Member

    Making stripes with beds today inbetween maize prep. . And ohh the mowers left the yard. . Must mean silly season is here 20190417_122540.jpg 20190417_122544.jpg 20190417_185053.jpg
     

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