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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Dairy Farmers Of Britain
    81 Location lewis to bloody right Top Till Seeder Post subject Posted Wed Jun 03 2009 11 11 pm Joined Tue Jan 06 2009 8 25 pm Posts 3344 Location Bugger only knows A very sad and sorry state of affairs I too feel sorry for the producers caught up in this unholy mess The bank would appear to have acted in the way they usually do when the chips are down their wheelling and dealing make a hoss dealer seem like a gentleman the slimy toads As the actress said to the bishop Top hedgeman Post subject Posted Wed Jun 03 2009 11 51 pm Joined Mon Aug 04 2008 4 04 am Posts 657 Location Someweer gradely Its going to cause a lot of hardship around here One of the chaps that I was silaging with today has lost his milk cheque I ve lost all the money I had tied up in it It was run by people who thought they were cleverer than they actually were I hope they hang their heads in shame and never get put in a position of responsibility again Top Huffy Post subject Posted Thu Jun 04 2009 4 26 am Joined Sun Sep 07 2008 10 18 pm Posts 7609 Location Woof Woof hedgeman wrote Its going to cause a lot of hardship around here One of the chaps that I was silaging with today has lost his milk cheque I ve lost all the money I had tied up in it It was run by people who thought they were cleverer than they actually were I hope they hang their heads in shame and never get put in a position of responsibility again Aye Hedgey I can imagine its bad enough losing some of your working capital which you rely on and a bitter pill to lose that nestegg as well I see the told you so comments are out on itv guess who Somebody Stop Me Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Thu Jun 04 2009 8 17 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 As i have said i have no idea of the real ins and outs of the situation but it seems from what i can glean that it was a good idea that was ruined by incompetancy and greed Theres no way those people will hang their head in shame Why would they They ve had the best of it Well its no good moping about it Its not going to be easy but i am sure you will re group and sort something out I hope you all pick yourselves up and move forward stronger than ever Good Luck to you all Deeeheeecent Top simpleton Post subject Posted Thu Jun 04 2009 12 56 pm Joined Mon Apr 27 2009 12 42 pm Posts 625 Location Suffick Dont know nothing bout the dairy industry but this looks a mess that folks were predicting for some time Seems to me

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Danish Red cattle
    nice roast rib me sen moneymoneymoney always sunny in a rich mans world Top hedgeman Post subject Posted Sat Nov 22 2008 3 10 am Joined Mon Aug 04 2008 4 04 am Posts 657 Location Someweer gradely That sounds promising What are the calves like Top Lumpkin Post subject Posted Sat Nov 22 2008 10 21 am Joined Fri May 02 2008 6 22 pm Posts 8258 Location Norfolk God s chosen county Got any pictures it sounds an interesting cross presumably you are looking to increase butterfat and protein Don t hit me with those negative waves so early in the morning Top rogerm Post subject Posted Sat Nov 22 2008 11 17 am Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon I will put some pictures on calves are a right bunch of liquorice allsorts some black like Angus black Limmy some red with white face like Hereford some like Holstein Friesian some like big Jersey Brown Swiss some red and white like Ayrshire some a spotty black and white like Normandy I wasn t really looking for any particular trait improvement other than profit I bought the heifers from a local ADAS farm they had been imported from Denmark in July 07 for a BvD vaccine trial as Denmark is BvD free then the drugs company withdrew and ADAS wanted them moved quickly last Christmas Got them at the right price thought a Holstein bull would be worth running with them and grazed them on river meadows all summer I thought the cross bred calf would have best of both we ll see but I m beginning to wonder if I should get a Danish bull and go pure The Danish Red breed has been developed with the use of Ayrshire Shorthorn and American Brown Swiss so the cows are a mixed bunch too Top rogerm Post subject Posted Mon Nov 24 2008 9 16 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon If I use a Belgian Blue bull on a Danish Red cow will I get an English Purple calf 17 heifers now calved in 17 days our bull was a busy boy last Feb Top Courier Post subject Posted Sun May 17 2009 5 01 pm Joined Sun May 17 2009 2 51 pm Posts 10 Location M1 M18 M62 Triangle rogerm wrote I will put some pictures on calves are a right bunch of liquorice allsorts some black like Angus black Limmy some red with white face like Hereford some like Holstein Friesian some like big Jersey Brown Swiss some red and white like Ayrshire some a spotty black and white like Normandy I wasn t really looking for any particular trait improvement other than profit I bought the heifers from a local ADAS farm they had been imported from Denmark in July 07 for a BvD vaccine trial as Denmark is BvD free then the drugs company withdrew and ADAS

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Milk
    have your page Thank you for correcting my mistake try not to let it happen again Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Thu Nov 13 2008 4 43 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 Panic over i got some full cream instead Thanks Deeeheeecent Top kipper Post subject Posted Thu Nov 13 2008 7 32 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk Wife go some full cream last night Top Lincs Lassy Post subject Posted Thu Nov 13 2008 8 31 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 6 56 pm Posts 3654 Location Lincolnshire Wolds Did she have it with a slice of apple pie Mmmmn my favourite Tis my delight on a shiny night in the season of the year Top kipper Post subject Posted Thu Nov 13 2008 8 50 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk no she making a trifle Top somersetboy Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 10 39 pm Joined Wed Jan 07 2009 10 20 pm Posts 35 Location Somerset This is qute entertaining really as i have only just joined and i have NO idea about the back story behind these posts Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 10 42 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 somersetboy wrote This is qute entertaining really as i have only just joined and i have NO idea about the back story behind these posts It was nearly two months ago and would be sour now anyway Deeeheeecent Top Lumpkin Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 10 43 pm Joined Fri May 02 2008 6 22 pm Posts 8258 Location Norfolk God s chosen county Lord

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Milk
    Lord Muck Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 01 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 I m local when i m at home Deeeheeecent Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 01 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 somersetboy wrote O K fair enough Well i guess i am outta the loop living so far from Norfolk I did work in Ipswich a while ago is that similar No we still have prostitutes Deeeheeecent Top somersetboy Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 03 pm Joined Wed Jan 07 2009 10 20 pm Posts 35 Location Somerset Funny u shoudl mention that i lived about three doors away from Steve Wright when i lived there Frightening no one had a clue Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 03 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 somersetboy wrote Funny u shoudl mention that i lived about three doors away from Steve Wright when i lived there Frightening no one had a clue I m more of a Terry Wogan man myself Deeeheeecent Top Lumpkin Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 04 pm Joined Fri May 02 2008 6 22 pm Posts 8258 Location Norfolk God s chosen county Ipswich is in Suffick a den of degeneracy where the local populace navigate using the sites where murder victims were discovered It is a bit like Essex in that respect I went to Somerset once I was sick in the horse pond in Castle Cary Don t hit me with those negative waves so early in the morning Top somersetboy Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 08 pm Joined Wed Jan 07 2009 10 20 pm Posts 35 Location Somerset I too have lost my lunch in said horse pond Cary is about 10 miles from me To be fair no better place to throw up Top Lumpkin Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 10 pm Joined Fri May 02 2008 6 22 pm Posts 8258 Location Norfolk God s chosen county somersetboy wrote I too have lost my lunch in said horse pond Cary is about 10 miles from me To be fair no better place to throw up Heavens I have frequented the Sparkford Inn too although not for many years Don t hit me with those negative waves so early in the morning Top Lily the Pink Post subject Posted Fri Jan 09 2009 6 13 pm Joined Mon Aug 18 2008 6 17 pm Posts 164 Location In the sh t Lord Muck wrote somersetboy wrote Funny u shoudl mention that i lived about three doors away from Steve Wright when i lived there Frightening no one had a clue I m more of a Terry Wogan man myself Ughhh How could you Talk to me charlotte wilson at swiftnature co uk Top rogerm Post subject Posted

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Milk
    Print view Previous topic Next topic Author Message rogerm Post subject Posted Wed Jan 21 2009 11 44 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon market forces credit crunch downturn blah blah blah more like the others have done it so we re doing it too we join Freshways on April 1 I know none of them are perfect but I m confident we will be better off if what NeilO says is right Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Page 3 of 3 31 posts Go to page Previous 1 2 3 Board index Farming Topics Dairy All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 1 guest You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum Search for Jump to Select a forum Farming Topics Weather Arable Dairy Livestock Poultry Birds

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Dairy Energy-great new website www.dairyenergy.eu
    23 pm Joined Fri Jan 16 2009 1 06 pm Posts 1 Hi there For all Dairy Farmers out there I just want to draw your attention to a very useful website called http www dairyenergy eu This website has a wide variety of very useful tools related to energy saving on your Dairy farm This will ultimately save you money An online forum and live messaging service are also freely available when you register as well as a host of additional tools such as on line calculators Registration is quick free and easy Yours in Dairy Energy Robert Top rogerm Post subject Posted Fri Jan 16 2009 7 55 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon Thank you I ve signed up I hope you can help me increase our profit Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Page 1 of 1 2 posts Board index Farming Topics Dairy All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 1 guest You cannot post

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - DFOB Mess
    What a ruddy shambles I m soooo glad we got out of MMarque when we did but I do feel expecially sorry for the most loyal ones still in it because they are the ones who will suffer the most pain unfortunately Life s a bitch Somebody Stop Me Top hedgeman Post subject Posted Sat Dec 06 2008 9 12 pm Joined Mon Aug 04 2008 4 04 am Posts 657 Location Someweer gradely Yes and I ve still got a shed load of money in it Part of the problem was that the farmer directors were playing big business men with our money when they should have left it to the people who actually know what they are doing Top rogerm Post subject Posted Sun Dec 07 2008 11 47 am Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon I m glad we re not with them we re soon to leave DC for Freshways Top somersetboy Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 10 27 pm Joined Wed Jan 07 2009 10 20 pm Posts 35 Location Somerset I agree Arla not brilliant but better than DFOB IMHO LOL Top hedgeman Post subject Posted Wed Jan 07 2009 11 26 pm Joined Mon Aug 04 2008 4 04 am Posts 657 Location Someweer gradely Not sure theres a right lot to laugh at either way to be honest DFoB for all its faults did try to maintain the producer price as long as it could whereas Arla have swept in with a 2ppl drop which will have opened the floodgates to everyone else Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Page

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  • Farming Forum UK :: View topic - Milk Prices And Protests
    And Protests I think the list of totally free markets would be woefully short Folks usually get upset when they feel somebody has their thumb on the beam Author rogerm Wed Aug 05 2015 9 35 pm Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests We ve taken on an existing milk round with a supplier from 15 miles away will soon be pasteurising bottling ourselves We have about 120 customers the previous farmer stopped the round as he can t get anyone to deliver it for him he is now making much more money from his micro brewery I think it s a better way of spending our time than going to supermarkets Author Lord Muck Wed Aug 05 2015 9 42 pm Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests That s encouraging to hear Rog Author Flintstone Wed Aug 05 2015 10 26 pm Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests I m really pleased to hear that someone is managing to bypass the supermarkets We still have a milkman deliver here but as a family of four we still only have two litres of milk a week I know his other customers are spread thinly as I hear him driving around at 4am don t ask How does anyone make a living out of that Author rogerm Wed Aug 05 2015 11 45 pm Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests We re not expecting to get rich but 1 a litre in a bottle on a doorstep is much better than 20 p in the tank Non homogenised with cream on top is the plan and fresh not 2 3 days old before it s pasteurised We ve also had interest for ice cream making for outlets in Stratford on Avon Warwick Author Flintstone Thu Aug 06

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