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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Milk Prices And Protests
    Schizophrenia Just this side of the border 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 Watching fertilizer thrown into a ventilator Top rogerm Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests Posted Wed Aug 05 2015 9 35 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon 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 Smokin Top Lord Muck Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests Posted Wed Aug 05 2015 9 42 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 That s encouraging to hear Rog Deeeheeecent Top Flintstone Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests Posted Wed Aug 05 2015 10 26 pm Joined Fri Aug 01 2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts 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 Top rogerm Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests Posted Wed Aug 05 2015 11 45 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon 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 Smokin Top Flintstone Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests Posted Thu Aug 06 2015 12 35 am Joined Fri Aug 01 2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts rogerm wrote 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 I don t know where you are but it s 130 miles from Stratford on Avon to my place I ll have four pints a week thanks Oh and could you put the bottles down on the step quietly please Do Blue Tits still nick the cream off the top http www britishbirdlovers co uk articles blue tits and milk bottle tops Top rogerm Post subject Re Milk Prices And Protests Posted Thu Aug 06 2015 5 08 am Joined

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Livestock
    Coltheox Pork Flavour Go to page 1 2 smiley 25 7719 Fri Dec 21 2012 9 12 pm rogerm MISSING WORKING SHEEPDOG Go to page 1 2 stockslave 22 6194 Wed Oct 31 2012 9 17 am RGSP Moooveing cows home McFarmer 4 3647 Sat Oct 20 2012 7 35 pm Till Seeder Milky Stuff Tel 2 1250 Sat Sep 22 2012 10 04 am dust n diesel Vacinating badgers for TB OLD 1 1798 Thu Jun 14 2012 3 28 pm Raggy 48 drowned lambs Raggy 8 3439 Thu Apr 19 2012 7 02 pm The Squire Beasts in the fields OLD 5 3238 Fri Apr 13 2012 7 27 pm defender Lame pigs czechmate 3 1652 Sat Apr 07 2012 3 27 pm czechmate Badger Cull in Wales cancelled OLD 3 2302 Tue Mar 20 2012 10 02 pm RGSP Help Ewe with infection in horn bean bradach 4 2211 Sat Mar 17 2012 8 25 pm defender How many lamb crops thumper 2 2635 Fri Mar 16 2012 10 17 pm defender Finishing lambs on Kale thumper 2 1676 Tue Mar 06 2012 9 41 am RGSP Deadly sheep virus OLD 4 2981 Sun Feb 26 2012 3 10 pm si mate Huntaway Puppies Maggie Mccall 0 2404 Thu Feb 23 2012 11 38 am Maggie Mccall Feed Barley Vs Spuds The Pretender 2 1256 Tue Feb 21 2012 8 31 pm andrew830 Display topics from previous All Topics 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Replies Subject Views Ascending Descending Page 2 of 7 139 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 3 4 5 7 Next Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Livestock
    pm Gofarmer Cute critter OLD 2 2854 Fri Feb 03 2012 6 54 pm Gofarmer Sheep handling equipment si mate 8 5107 Tue Jan 03 2012 2 59 pm RGSP Humbug RGSP 2 979 Sun Jan 01 2012 8 07 pm RGSP Old Brave Dawgs The Pretender 1 3312 Thu Dec 08 2011 7 22 am kipper Dosing timetable bean bradach 0 1274 Tue Dec 06 2011 11 55 am bean bradach Dogs livestock mond uk 5 1837 Sun Sep 11 2011 11 27 am mond uk RingWorm teatime 5 2200 Thu Aug 11 2011 6 34 am Bloomers Innovis Merry 1 1355 Tue Aug 09 2011 8 38 pm RGSP Charlock Lumpkin 1 1981 Tue Aug 09 2011 1 18 pm RGSP WTF is this critter OLD 3 1831 Fri Jul 29 2011 10 02 pm Wuffler Cattle passports what the f fermec 6 2999 Wed Jul 20 2011 10 50 pm DaveJ Horses The Pretender 13 3508 Wed Jul 20 2011 12 05 am essexpete warm season grass McFarmer 7 2175 Thu Jul 07 2011 5 27 pm RGSP Tags confused si mate 1 1454 Mon Jun 13 2011 12 12 pm The Squire Muscle Fitness tobiasschnell 3 1534 Sat May 28 2011 2 20 pm McFarmer Sheep showing Shepherdess 2 1745 Fri May 13 2011 3 50 pm Shepherdess Display topics from previous All Topics 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Replies Subject Views Ascending Descending Page 3 of 7 139 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 1 guest Unread posts No unread posts Announcement Unread

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Livestock
    0 1267 Wed Mar 02 2011 6 37 pm RGSP Lambing Go to page 1 2 RGSP 15 4204 Fri Feb 25 2011 9 13 pm si mate Things that go Baaa Tel 3 1550 Sun Feb 06 2011 1 51 pm skoda Fed Up teatime 5 2129 Thu Jan 27 2011 1 15 am skoda CIWF Go to page 1 2 Banana bar 24 9157 Sun Jan 23 2011 9 11 pm SJP Sheep scanning Do you Go to page 1 2 Raggy 23 8430 Wed Dec 29 2010 2 35 pm dust n diesel Using feed potatoes czechmate 11 4466 Fri Dec 03 2010 10 23 pm Till Seeder Winter project McFarmer 1 1323 Thu Nov 11 2010 10 42 pm Wuffler Buying some ewes si mate 2 1805 Fri Oct 29 2010 11 54 am si mate Are Crab Apples poisonous Raggy 9 4437 Wed Sep 29 2010 7 55 pm Raggy any tips Go to page 1 2 DaN 25 6179 Wed Sep 29 2010 10 09 am walterp Native beef breeds walterp 14 5541 Wed Sep 29 2010 9 52 am walterp When to send lambs si mate 5 2228 Mon Sep 27 2010 10 27 pm pheasantcatcher Show winner a clone McFarmer 0 1031 Sat Aug 28 2010 1 20 pm McFarmer new venture Go to page 1 2 Fat Hill 17 4457 Tue Aug 24 2010 10 52 am Fat Hill Display topics from previous All Topics 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Replies Subject Views Ascending Descending Page 4 of 7 139 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Livestock
    16 2010 9 27 pm defender Fencing electric top wire RGSP 0 1460 Fri Apr 23 2010 12 33 pm RGSP 200 McFarmer 8 2230 Sat Apr 17 2010 1 46 pm Jay Dee Rural Matters lovely stuff Sprouty 2 1259 Sat Apr 17 2010 1 00 pm Chaff Bandit Fences RGSP 5 1657 Sat Apr 03 2010 9 30 pm McFarmer Sold calves McFarmer 1 1046 Sun Mar 14 2010 5 07 pm Lord Muck pigs czechmate 11 2960 Wed Mar 10 2010 9 25 am czechmate Grassland management fertiliser RGSP 10 4355 Sun Feb 28 2010 3 56 pm Till Seeder Importing for breeding Norfolk Boy 12 3007 Sat Feb 27 2010 11 03 am Lumpkin Warks Rental Rate smiley 6 2084 Mon Feb 22 2010 6 31 pm Lumpkin new venture advice please Go to page 1 2 3 Norfolk Boy 35 7853 Sun Feb 21 2010 10 43 pm Fat Hill Monty Don on tv Go to page 1 2 rogerm 17 3555 Thu Feb 18 2010 9 32 pm rogerm Microchips in dogs Raggy 3 1095 Thu Feb 18 2010 7 48 pm Lumpkin Burying Dead Horses Go to page 1 2 Raggy 21 10382 Thu Feb 18 2010 1 34 pm Raggy Starting out in farming james n 1 4188 Fri Dec 11 2009 8 25 pm hedgeman Cattle Coughing Ben 11 6687 Mon Dec 07 2009 10 14 pm Courier Display topics from previous All Topics 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Replies Subject Views Ascending Descending Page 5 of 7 139 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Livestock
    9 14 pm bethie straw Bloomers 6 2039 Mon Mar 02 2009 8 40 pm Bloomers Donkey Removed 1 1050 Fri Feb 27 2009 9 21 pm rogerm Horses Lord Muck 9 2094 Fri Feb 27 2009 7 55 am acerxz Feeding Cows Go to page 1 2 McFarmer 17 4434 Wed Feb 11 2009 3 11 pm McFarmer Helpful for shows vet visits cat fan78 7 2145 Thu Jan 29 2009 11 51 am RGSP lambs Vs grain JD Kid 2 1308 Thu Jan 22 2009 9 57 am JD Kid Stock yard floor Go to page 1 2 3 4 Lord Muck 46 11976 Fri Jan 16 2009 10 16 pm hedgeman Help Maybe RGSP 10 2292 Fri Jan 16 2009 2 30 pm Lord Muck looking for advice re books to buy planteria 5 3016 Sat Jan 10 2009 10 11 am JD 7930 Dioxin contaminated pork Lumpkin 4 1428 Tue Dec 16 2008 5 10 pm tunnelman sheep licks Pierre 5 2070 Mon Dec 08 2008 3 05 pm Lord Muck Excitement RGSP 4 1500 Thu Nov 13 2008 3 10 pm RGSP big bale straw jack ladd 4 2569 Mon Aug 11 2008 10 41 am Lumpkin Show entries down Go to page 1 2 Issac 19 4826 Sun Aug 10 2008 6 47 pm Big Lad Pigs love em or loathe them Fat Hill 7 2174 Sun Aug 10 2008 5 08 pm Statler Display topics from previous All Topics 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Replies Subject Views Ascending Descending Page 7 of 7 139 topics Go to page Previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Lamb milk
    going to end up on the bottle is there a good reason why I cant use up the half a bag of calves milk that I ve got in the shed Will they be claiming benefit be housed free of charge and progress onto hard drugs Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top JM Post subject Re Lamb milk Posted Sat May 02 2015 7 40 am Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids The Squire wrote JM wrote Got a couple of lambs that are going to end up on the bottle is there a good reason why I cant use up the half a bag of calves milk that I ve got in the shed Yes cost Haven t you got any waste milk No just a bag of powdered i dont need Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top JM Post subject Re Lamb milk Posted Sat May 02 2015 7 41 am Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids Coltheox wrote JM wrote Got a couple of lambs that are going to end up on the bottle is there a good reason why I cant use up the half a bag of calves milk that I ve got in the shed Will they be claiming benefit be housed free of charge and progress onto hard drugs Already fond of a bit of white powder Col as long as its mixed with warm water Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top Coltheox Post subject Re Lamb milk Posted Sat May 02 2015 7 52 am Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh JM wrote Coltheox wrote JM wrote Got a couple of lambs that are going to end up

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - No suck in calf
    on a bottle that the milk just ran out of I cut the opening so it would The calf had to swallow or drown Seems once they swallowed they would very softly suck then switch them over Do I get points for taking this seriously Watching fertilizer thrown into a ventilator Top czechmate Post subject Re No suck in calf Posted Sat Mar 14 2015 1 04 pm Joined Fri Jun 19 2009 9 21 pm Posts 1483 Location Leics JM wrote If the calf is looking healthy it may be that it is sucking just not when your around been known to keep a cow and calf in for a week before you actually see the damn thing sucking Yes I know what you mean but I am sure not The teats I spend half my time looking at teats look quite different after sucking or licking and these never do She fills will milk by the time we get back to her They are in an area where we are sorting out the rest so can see her a lot of of the time When I say healthy actually it maybe isn t quite strong enough to put much effort in think we need to step up what we give it just always a bit cautious with the tubing Top czechmate Post subject Re No suck in calf Posted Sat Mar 14 2015 1 07 pm Joined Fri Jun 19 2009 9 21 pm Posts 1483 Location Leics The Squire wrote czechmate wrote Next plan I think although well let her get a couple of days bigger stronger will be salt water Anyone got any magic tricks Never heard about salt water What s the theory behind giving her that We got a free sample of Nettex Kick start a month ago molasses based with added bits two calves have had it so far not because they weren t sucking though but they liked the taste Read somewhere about giving them a vit E selenium injection Just read that the Kick Start contains these http s8 postimg org bfd35x005 img006 jpg Make her thirsty We gave her an injection of selenium a couple of evenings ago Thought I would go out in the morning and see her sucking but no change I would like to try some vitesal but can t find it here Is that similar to kick start Top czechmate Post subject Re No suck in calf Posted Sat Mar 14 2015 1 09 pm Joined Fri Jun 19 2009 9 21 pm Posts 1483 Location Leics McFarmer wrote I had an old nipple yeah yeah I would put on a bottle that the milk just ran out of I cut the opening so it would The calf had to swallow or drown Seems once they swallowed they would very softly suck then switch them over Do I get points for taking this seriously Yes tried that one Did nearly drown a calf last back end

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