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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Sucklers, finishing etc
    just 2 year old heifers to add to the herd which has just been done Merry Christmas Mr bull I also have a further 15 heifers just weaned so if cash flow can stand it they can increase the herd next year My thinking being I need 80 cows to make a living Some of the herd are getting on a bit so replacements will also be required plus this herd has a very good reputation locally so there always seem to be folks after heifers here and the odd bull come to that so the females are pretty much taken care of for a year or three So what is best to do with the bulls Basically here plus due to the size at weaning large cows and creep feeding the stores can go at weaning for E900 I brought a trailer or two of Trit here anyway because I couldnt sell it this year so I am keeping the current bulls mixing Trit with a 26 pellet at 4 1 and all the hay they want We are not experienced by any stretch of the imagination so are not looking for problems so are only feeding aroung 2Kg at the mo Bulls are around 400 Kg 8 9 months Also if they go for killing rather than stores we get a E60 sub Plan is to raise the feed to 3Kg we were getting it up and they went shitty so cut back again Is there any point in growing on these bulls If so what could I do to do it better I am also aware there is a growing problem in the UK at killing price of bulls past 16 months whereas here the price per Kg seems to drop at 18 months Must say theres

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8789 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - A little shopping last night
    as a cow Top JM Post subject Posted Thu Dec 05 2013 3 56 pm Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids Nice arse what breed Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top bobmf3085 Post subject Posted Thu Dec 05 2013 4 43 pm Joined Thu Aug 04 2011 1 30 pm Posts 158 came out of simmental cow crossed with a blonde bull Top McFarmer Post subject Posted Thu Dec 05 2013 6 36 pm Joined Sat Aug 16 2008 3 18 am Posts 6924 Location Schizophrenia Just this side of the border Nice I would have guessed Limousine Watching fertilizer thrown into a ventilator Top rogerm Post subject Posted Thu Dec 05 2013 9 46 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon Don t think a Limmy would keep still long enough for a photo Nice beast Smokin 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 5 posts Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - 'osses
    but because they give osses colic So good people of FFUK is there even a shred of truth in this or is it all ball cocks Also rugs Buy an animal with a furry coat Shave of furry coat Buy a rug to cover animal that is now sans furry coat I put it to the jury that rugs serve 3 purposes 1 to give the girlies some other piece of tat to buy 2 to insulate them from the fence thus making them break the fence quicker and finally 3 to irritate the horse I only ever see horse with rugs rolling on the ground keep honking I m reloading Top rogerm Post subject Posted Fri Sep 06 2013 9 16 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon Mrs m says she clips them to stop them sweating when ridden they roll with or without rugs Never heard of the mushroom problem though Spuds will give them colic so watch out if you spill any Smokin Top Coltheox Post subject Posted Fri Sep 06 2013 9 40 pm Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh rogerm wrote Mrs m says she clips them to stop them sweating when ridden they roll with or without rugs Never heard of the mushroom problem though Spuds will give them colic so watch out if you spill any Bit like my ex wife then Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top The Pretender Post subject Posted Mon Sep 09 2013 5 58 pm Joined Sun Jun 28 2009 3 05 pm Posts 9632 Location The Zone Had an interesting conversation with the troops on the front line I learned much keep honking I m reloading Top

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Propcorn
    2009 9 21 pm Posts 1483 Location Leics A basic question for some I suppose The last batch of feed I had ground now about 8 tonnes left must have been too moist And won t loos heat and sets as lumps and doesn t smell the best but not really bad Can I just buy some propcorn myself and mix it in Top JM Post subject Posted Sat Jul 06 2013 12 05 pm Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids Dont see why not it can bugger up the vitamin e though Just a Pembrokeshire twat 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 Livestock 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

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8324 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - cow grazing
    Tue Jul 02 2013 1 51 pm Joined Fri Dec 17 2010 11 46 pm Posts 1 whats a fair rent for permanent grass for suckler cows on a headage base per month the grass gone too strong for sheep but looks good cow bait and a bit steep to harvest Top dust n diesel Post subject Posted Tue Jul 02 2013 10 09 pm Joined Sun Aug 10 2008 1 54 pm Posts 8545 Location Location Location At this stage of the year depending on area 80 acre till end of October JOB 8Y 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 Livestock 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

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8304 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Electric netting
    s actually Ovinet as made in Germany somewhere and it looks a little bit better than Flexinet from Rutland fencing etc as well as being 51 length as compared with 95 length for the latter Top puddle1 Post subject Posted Fri May 17 2013 6 29 pm Joined Mon Aug 09 2010 9 53 pm Posts 54 Location Norfolk I have been looking at some of their own brands and it doesn t look to bad at all same as their feed as well Top RGSP Post subject Posted Mon Jun 10 2013 10 45 am Joined Sun Nov 09 2008 11 02 pm Posts 5686 Location south Suffolk To continue this thread 1 Mole Valley Ovinet is indeed proving significantly better than expensive Rutland Flexinets although both of them are fine 2 Having been checking fairly carefully for a while it is a big mistake to ignore breaks in the bottom line broken line there doesn t matter for keeping stock in but it does then put extra strain on the higher electrified lines which then fail prematurely 3 For repairing bottom lines 3mm mousing line black 8 braid polyester works very well it s both stronger and knots MUCH more easily than the original stuff You can get it for about 14 for a 100 metre reel from most boat chandlers or Seamark Nunn will send it mail order for an extra few pounds 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 3 posts Board index Farming Topics Livestock All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 1 guest You cannot post new topics in

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8095 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Dog paw problems.
    the surface is level I ll be carting her off to the vets tomorrow Does anyone have any experience of similar problems Are they likely to remove the nail I need a holiday Top Chaff Bandit Post subject Posted Sun May 19 2013 12 51 pm Joined Fri Apr 24 2009 8 54 pm Posts 2167 Location Midlands Probably Im almost certain they did that with our dog when he did something similar Didnt seem to really affect him depending on what they take off it will either regrow naturally or wont Ours they chopped it right back but it regrew The internet gives idiots a platform Top puddle1 Post subject Posted Sun May 19 2013 1 08 pm Joined Mon Aug 09 2010 9 53 pm Posts 54 Location Norfolk Had that happen to my pointer about 2 years ago she split it right up as far as the eye could see I sprayed it with alamycin spray and popped abit of superglue on it you wouldn t of known she had done it after about a week Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - British Blue breeders?
    all the herds Just a Pembrokeshire twat Top The Squire Post subject Re British Blue breeders Posted Thu May 09 2013 12 42 am Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location JM wrote The Squire wrote JM wrote Does anyone know where I can find a list of breeders in Wales I ve looked on the breed society website and can t find anything http www britishbluecattle org welsh index html http www belgianblue co uk members adverts html A few possible contacts Thanks for that Squire thats as far as i managed to get i m sure when i looked a few years ago they had a list of all the herds Only other thing I can think of is to ask Genuinerisk if she has any contacts in Wales www newpole co uk contact us Top JM Post subject Re British Blue breeders Posted Thu May 09 2013 11 11 am Joined Fri May 22 2009 1 50 pm Posts 2116 Location St Davids The Squire wrote JM wrote The Squire wrote JM wrote Does anyone know where I can find a list of breeders in Wales I ve looked on the breed society website and can t find anything http www britishbluecattle org welsh index html http www belgianblue co uk members adverts html A few possible contacts Thanks for that Squire thats as far as i managed to get i m sure when i looked a few years ago they had a list of all the herds Only other thing I can think of is to ask Genuinerisk if she has any contacts in Wales www newpole co uk contact us Found it if you do a member enquiry you get a list only trouble is it only sorts them

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8026 (2016-02-10)
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