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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

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=6&p=231229 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Livestock
    2880 Sun Dec 07 2014 8 39 pm Flintstone Why does it do this si mate 8 3186 Mon Nov 10 2014 11 08 am Lord Muck Dairy Project India tscience 0 2814 Mon Nov 03 2014 3 19 pm tscience I bought a giraffe McFarmer 5 3117 Thu Oct 09 2014 11 14 pm Huffy BCMS JM 3 3411 Mon Jun 23 2014 11 20 pm The Squire Balers and feed The Pretender 4 3232 Fri May 23 2014 8 21 pm SJP Wooly things Tel 2 2786 Fri May 16 2014 9 33 pm RGSP Sucklers finishing etc czechmate 0 3376 Thu Dec 26 2013 6 50 pm czechmate A little shopping last night bobmf3085 4 3414 Thu Dec 05 2013 9 46 pm rogerm osses The Pretender 3 3739 Mon Sep 09 2013 5 58 pm The Pretender Propcorn czechmate 1 3531 Sat Jul 06 2013 12 05 pm JM cow grazing reddragon 1 3231 Tue Jul 02 2013 10 09 pm dust n diesel Electric netting RGSP 2 3347 Mon Jun 10 2013 10 45 am RGSP Dog paw problems Raggy 2 3386 Sun May 19 2013 1 08 pm puddle1 British Blue breeders JM 7 4645 Thu May 09 2013 1 33 pm DaveJ A tale of 2 cows OLD 0 3354 Mon Apr 15 2013 10 32 pm OLD 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 1 of 7 139 topics Go to page 1 2 3 4 5 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

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=7 (2016-02-10)
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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

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&p=227286 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Poultry & Birds
    9 5871 Mon Jan 10 2011 10 45 am Till Seeder cheap incubator tractor boy 4 5559 Sat Dec 11 2010 9 42 pm Till Seeder Barn Owls Have you got any Go to page 1 2 Raggy 20 12036 Fri Dec 10 2010 10 30 pm Wuffler Tips for Chicken Farming ricpon456 12 8330 Wed Jul 14 2010 7 18 pm graybo Home chicken questions basingstoke chicken 10 7644 Wed Jul 14 2010 4 18 pm mond uk Do the RSPB live in the same reality or is it me SJP 2 4591 Sun Jan 10 2010 12 55 pm McFarmer Turkey Lord Muck 11 6727 Tue Jan 05 2010 4 34 pm SJP Families Wanted for a New BBC2 Programme About Inheritance Legacy 13 7136 Thu Dec 03 2009 8 22 pm Lord Muck Week old chick JM 9 6666 Thu Sep 24 2009 10 59 pm Joyce help me please Fat Hill 7 6018 Mon Jun 22 2009 5 23 pm colliemaid The Happy Egg co rogerm 3 6783 Fri May 15 2009 1 13 am McFarmer Classy Bird Go to page 1 2 Lumpkin 18 13706 Thu May 14 2009 8 53 pm skoda new test on chicken stress JD Kid 0 4207 Tue May 12 2009 4 57 am JD Kid LED Agrilamp cuts lighting costs by 90 andymerch 0 4450 Tue Mar 31 2009 10 05 am andymerch Helpful for vet visits shows cat fan78 3 4935 Wed Jan 28 2009 10 07 pm Removed 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 1 of 2 25 topics Go to page 1 2 Next Board index Farming Topics Poultry Birds All

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=8 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • Login
    UTC DST Login The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view profiles Username Password Log me on automatically each visit Hide my online status this session Board index All times are UTC DST Jump to Select a forum Farming Topics Weather Arable Dairy Livestock Poultry Birds Machinery Equipment and Machinery Workshop Worth a bid Farming Issues Debate Management Issues Wanted For Sale and Services Offered Supermarkets

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=291 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Free range egg production
    don t go bankrupt if the organic customer s dry up and you have to sell them as standard eggs On the practical side hens make an unholy mess of pasture on heavy soil so I wouldn t consider it except on free draining soil Oh yes also check that there won t be any planning objections to an electrified perimeter fence as an anti fox measure Top McFarmer Post subject Re Free range egg production Posted Fri Jan 30 2015 2 26 pm Joined Sat Aug 16 2008 3 18 am Posts 6924 Location Schizophrenia Just this side of the border In order to qualify for free range status here all you need is a small door they can go out for a short time if they want Most times they don t go out at all The access to the door doesn t have to be around the clock only for a short period of the day California leads the way in that type of thing Free range also doesn t have to be organic It can be called natural which means basically nothing And yes as RGSP says a committed market would be essential Watching fertilizer thrown into a ventilator Top RGSP Post subject Re Free range egg production Posted Fri Jan 30 2015 5 41 pm Joined Sun Nov 09 2008 11 02 pm Posts 5686 Location south Suffolk Yes I m sorry the people I know who do free range eggs are in fact organic as well and the premiums are well worth while Of course you don t have to be organic to be free range but I suspect you DO need to be free range to be organic don t you It s a different scale but we supply several dozen eggs a week to friends and neighbours and they don t care a damn about them being organic but they DO care about them being out in a grass field behind electric anti fox netting Top DaveJ Post subject Re Free range egg production Posted Fri Jan 30 2015 6 06 pm Joined Sat Oct 10 2009 8 47 pm Posts 3049 Location crappest broadband in Powys My thoughts were to give organic production a wide berth and stick to conventional Free Range I was under the impression that like beef and lamb the premium was now so little and the feed costs so much higher it was not worth bothering with even before you got to the extra regs Plus it would restrict what else I could do with the remainder of the area as I currently let the ground for grazing mowing and there isn t a market for organic grass around here Most of the people who tried organic sheep and cattle on a commercial scale in this area jacked it in a few years back I will admit the whole Organic concept is a pet hate of mine so I have perhaps listened to what I wanted to

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=8&p=221654 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Machinery
    repairs rebuilds and fabrication 116 1486 Sat Jan 23 2016 12 43 am footsfitter Worth a bid Anything interesting on E Bay Any sales coming up Let us know here 84 535 Sat Feb 06 2016 7 55 pm NQIT Board index Machinery All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 1 guest Jump to Select a forum Farming Topics Weather Arable

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=29 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Equipment and Machinery
    You do not have the required permissions to read topics within this forum Login Username Password Log me on automatically each visit Board index Machinery Equipment and Machinery All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 1 guest Jump to Select a forum Farming Topics Weather Arable Dairy Livestock Poultry Birds Machinery Equipment and Machinery Workshop Worth a bid Farming Issues Debate

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=37 (2016-02-10)
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