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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - On farm butchering licensing.
    approval visits by the local council and trading standards and those are essential for selling meat There is nothing to stop on farm slaughter and butchering without approval as long as it s ONLY for immediate family A fair price for a fully butchered and packed lamb depends a great deal on the lamb Our prime Texel lambs will provide carcase of about 22 kg with lots of clear meat only a tad of fat and not too much bone or gristle Any butcher would buy one like that off us for 90 and slaughter butchering costs us 30 so allowing 5 for transport and fiddling around means we charge 125 this year If you were buying the same thing retail as a whole lamb it would be more like 150 and adding up the costs of individual bits of meat in Tescos will come to between 200 and 250 On the other hand a small Welsh Hill lamb will only weigh 10 12kg as a carcase and the proportion of good meat would be much lower as well Perfectly good meat probably but mixed with relatively a lot more fat and bone A fair price for one would be maybe 60 to 70 Most lambs will be somewhere between those two examples Top JM Post subject Re On farm butchering licensing Posted Sat Jan 10 2015 10 17 pm Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids Bethesda Meats localish farm shop were doing 1 2 lamb boxed for 50 just before chrimbo 1 2 a pig was 100 Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top rogerm Post subject Re On farm butchering licensing Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 9 11 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon The Squire wrote No the Butchers Shop Licensing Scheme was repealed on 1 January 2006 Butchers premises do not now require a licence to sell unpackaged raw meat and ready to eat foods but you have to register with your local authority as a food producing premises http www food gov uk business industr startingup then follow food hyfgiene regulations etc http www food gov uk business industry caterers specifically http www food gov uk business industr e butchers Can anyone define butchering Is that just the cutting up of a carcass or is that the slaughter dressing butchering Smokin Top Lord Muck Post subject Re On farm butchering licensing Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 9 20 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 Butchering is the division of the carcass after slaughtering Trimming and dressing are different disciplines Deeeheeecent Top rogerm Post subject Re On farm butchering licensing Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 9 24 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon Lord Muck wrote Butchering is the division of the carcass after slaughtering Trimming and dressing are different disciplines Thank you My understanding was that you could kill

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9905 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Disappointing scanning
    that they may well need better quality grass or even creep food to finish The Zwartbles ought to come in with a higher percentage but as you probably well know they aren t really commercially competitive except in a niche market It s not disastrous but to go from 186 in 2013 193 in 2014 to this is concerning particularly as I was so full of hope as they really did have the kitchen sink thrown at them pre tupping bolus toxovac fluke and worm drench and moved onto good grazing I even gave them a bit of cake as I had let them get a little lean post weaning The only two factors I can come up with are that I had them two lean before flushing or maybe because I used one ram per group 1 in with 68 1 in with 35 1 in with 40 In the big group all were marked within the first cycle 20 or so were marked in the second cycle 3 were marked in the 3rd D1 KED Top RGSP Post subject Re Disappointing scanning Posted Thu Jan 15 2015 1 53 pm Joined Sun Nov 09 2008 11 02 pm Posts 5686 Location south Suffolk I understand what you re saying and why you re disappointed Si On the other hand with livestock it s impossible to understand ALL the reasons for their performance or the lack of it In your case this year there are umpteen minor viral and bacterial infections which can cut conception rates in the way you report without showing any other symptoms unless you re looking really really hard You could say your 2013 and 2014 results were a little above the long term likely average and the 2015 result is a bit below The

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9925 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Longhorn calves in December?
    the size of the half dozen or so calves about as big as a St Bernard dog they can t have been more than a couple of months old Bit late aren t they Top The Squire Post subject Re Longhorn calves in December Posted Sun Dec 07 2014 6 36 pm Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location Late for what Top graybo Post subject Re Longhorn calves in December Posted Sun Dec 07 2014 6 55 pm Joined Sat May 16 2009 11 21 pm Posts 6761 Location beds Or early No one can steer like this Ffuker Top Flintstone Post subject Re Longhorn calves in December Posted Sun Dec 07 2014 8 39 pm Joined Fri Aug 01 2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts The Squire wrote Late for what The bus to cow school 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 4 posts Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Why does it do this?
    problem regurgitating If they re otherwise perfectly healthy I d just say it was some kind of bad habit they d developed when they re regurgitating cudding Top McFarmer Post subject Re Why does it do this Posted Sat Nov 08 2014 8 24 pm Joined Sat Aug 16 2008 3 18 am Posts 6924 Location Schizophrenia Just this side of the border Habit I had one that did I that for years Watching fertilizer thrown into a ventilator Top si mate Post subject Re Why does it do this Posted Sat Nov 08 2014 10 04 pm Joined Tue Nov 17 2009 12 35 pm Posts 3777 Location London Borough of Kent Yep same two the whole time They both look healthy so I think you are probably right that it is a habit they have picked up D1 KED Top dust n diesel Post subject Re Why does it do this Posted Sun Nov 09 2014 10 50 pm Joined Sun Aug 10 2008 1 54 pm Posts 8545 Location Location Location Wooden Tongue JOB 8Y Top si mate Post subject Re Why does it do this Posted Mon Nov 10 2014 8 00 am Joined Tue Nov 17 2009 12 35 pm Posts 3777 Location London Borough of Kent dust n diesel wrote Wooden Tongue Quote The tongue protrudes and there is profuse salivation and affected animals are unable to eat swallow resulting in a gaunt appearance They both eat well and look fine so don t think so D1 KED Top The Pretender Post subject Re Why does it do this Posted Mon Nov 10 2014 10 43 am Joined Sun Jun 28 2009 3 05 pm Posts 9632 Location The Zone Foot and Mouth keep honking I m reloading Top Lord Muck Post subject Re

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9735 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - I bought a giraffe
    beach Make sure you know which route home you are taking Mac http www bbc co uk news world africa 28586702 I need a holiday Top McFarmer Post subject Posted Thu Oct 09 2014 9 28 pm Joined Sat Aug 16 2008 3 18 am Posts 6924 Location Schizophrenia Just this side of the border Ouch Top Raggy Post subject Posted Thu Oct 09 2014 9 33 pm Joined Sun Apr 26 2009 10 05 am Posts 10127 Location On the beach McFarmer wrote Ouch That s what the giraffe said I need a holiday Top Flintstone Post subject Posted Thu Oct 09 2014 10 43 pm Joined Fri Aug 01 2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts It ran away Top Huffy Post subject Posted Thu Oct 09 2014 11 14 pm Joined Sun Sep 07 2008 10 18 pm Posts 7609 Location Woof Woof Its going to take a while to weld that back on Somebody Stop Me 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 6 posts Board index Farming

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - BCMS
    tonight tried 2 computers and it wont load Check out RPA site BCMS tab http rpa defra gov uk rpa index nsf v enDocument It s saying all is Ok But it doesn t load for me neither Last edited by The Squire on Mon Jun 23 2014 11 21 pm edited 2 times in total Top JM Post subject Posted Mon Jun 23 2014 11 18 pm Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids Thanks for that Squire that doesnt work either i ll try again in the morning Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top The Squire Post subject Posted Mon Jun 23 2014 11 20 pm Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location JM wrote Thanks for that Squire that doesnt work either i ll try again in the morning Can t get either http www bcms gov uk nor https secure services defra gov uk wps portal ctso to work 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 4 posts Board

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9362 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Balers and feed
    cut the strings and just let little bits get incorporated in the ration on the basis it would pass straight though the cows Horse people on the other hand will probably do their nuts at the sight of a single 2 inch long piece of polypropylene twine Top rogerm Post subject Posted Fri May 23 2014 6 25 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon We don t do many small bales nowadays but when we did the little bits of string just disappeared One of the first things Dad taught me about feeding hay cut the string next to the knots pull them Smokin Top The Squire Post subject Posted Fri May 23 2014 6 46 pm Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location DaveJ wrote I remember visiting a dairy farm back in uni where they were regularly tub grinding bales of straw to incorporate into the TMR They didn t bother to cut the strings and just let little bits get incorporated in the ration on the basis it would pass straight though the cows Would have thought that the longer bits of string would get wrapped around the augers before they had chance of getting chopped up Bit messy You d end up with bits of polyprop in the feed the muck all over the fields We use netwrap on straw silage easier to take off Top SJP Post subject Posted Fri May 23 2014 8 21 pm Joined Sat Oct 17 2009 2 40 pm Posts 2670 Location bottom right iron curtain rogerm wrote We don t do many small bales nowadays but when we did the little bits of string just disappeared One of the first things Dad taught me about

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Wooly things
    8 14 pm Joined Tue Nov 17 2009 12 35 pm Posts 3777 Location London Borough of Kent It is late but then he is lambing in good weather with lots of grass under them and will probably sell them next year when the price peaks so it s not that daft D1 KED Top RGSP Post subject Re Wooly things Posted Fri May 16 2014 9 33 pm Joined Sun Nov 09 2008 11 02 pm Posts 5686 Location south Suffolk Tel wrote I have a field let out to a man who likes wooly things Now I know very little about these things but this field is full of wooly thing that have been dropping small wooly things out the back most have two but a lot have three now these little wooly things have been produced out side in the field but what surprises me is how late they are and so far it s taken five weeks for them to lamb and they are still not finished Is this normal It isn t exactly normal in a lowland area but would be perfectly so in the Pennines There s a lot to be said for lambing when it s a bit warmer and when there s plenty of grass OK you won t get premium lamb prices but if you re selling direct or selling or marketing stores then it s OK Sheep cycle every 17 days approximately so even without any failures to get pregnant at first go that would give near enough 34 days and to allow for stragglers that probably ought to go up to 50 days OK you can tighten that up by various means and we synchronise and lamb over one long weekend Friday to Monday night but with some management

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9245 (2016-02-10)
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