Today at work

Jerry

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Devon
I reckon its 40 years since I last did this type of sheep fencing:
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You wouldn’t want to do too much of it admittedly, but for a short stretch like this it was ideal. No battery to go flat, no energiser to be pinched, and the deer won’t flatten it. Does anyone know if you can still get this kind of wire?
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I sold my last batch of h stakes recently.....if I had another 1,000 I’d be very happy!!
 
At a public bbq in a really nice little park / playground in the centre of town, that we clean EVERY day of the year.
WTF ??
I picked up 2 used forks nearby & the pack looks nearly full.
if you couldn’t be àrsed or organised enough to bring a few forks from home, surely you could at least take the rest of the pack home.
Ive seen the same thing countless times with disposable plastic plates or cups. No wonder we have problems with the environment . . . View attachment 935427
They'll be Victorians on holiday......No respect for anyone else :ROFLMAO:
 

ARW

Member
Location
Yorkshire
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this was what we found on Thursday morning, the river burst its banks and filled in the trench for the rabbit wire, we had to leave it for a day and work on higher ground
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This was today, what a difference, after 3 days of having to change our wet clothes at midday we were ready for some sun
 

Celt83

Member
Livestock Farmer
My daughters teacher had a zoom meating with her today.

Teacher: In the shortest amount of words possible can you discribe what your dad's occupation is?

Daughter: What's does occupation mean?

Teacher: Job.

Daughter: He's a $hit shoveler!

Teacher: I don't think there's such a thing!

Daughter: You want to bet Miss!
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Wombat

Member
Location
East yorks
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this was what we found on Thursday morning, the river burst its banks and filled in the trench for the rabbit wire, we had to leave it for a day and work on higher ground
View attachment 935767This was today, what a difference, after 3 days of having to change our wet clothes at midday we were ready for some sun
Jeepers that must be sandy to take that much water and be able to take a digger on a day or so later
 

Carbon Week - 1 to 5 March.

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Carbon Week

Carbon Week is a series of AHDB events, taking place from 1 to 5 March.
The webinars and panel discussions will feature a range of speakers and are for farmers and growers interested in understanding more about the carbon cycle, carbon auditing, reducing emissions and the opportunities around this.
More information about each session can be found from these links:
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