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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - A tale of 2 cows
    to a Cayman Island Company secretly owned by the majority shareholder who sells the rights to all seven cows back to your listed company The annual report says the company owns eight cows with an option on one more You sell one cow to buy a new president of the United States leaving you with nine cows No balance sheet provided with the release The public then buys your bull SURREALISM You have two giraffes The government requires you to take harmonica lessons AN AMERICAN CORPORATION You have two cows You sell one and force the other to produce the milk of four cows Later you hire a consultant to analyse why the cow has dropped dead A GREEK CORPORATION You have two cows You borrow lots of euros to build barns milking sheds hay stores feed sheds dairies cold stores abattoir cheese unit and packing sheds You still only have two cows A FRENCH CORPORATION You have two cows You go on strike organise a riot and block the roads because you want three cows A JAPANESE CORPORATION You have two cows You redesign them so they are one tenth the size of an ordinary cow and produce twenty times the milk You then create a clever cow cartoon image called a Cowkimona and market it worldwide AN ITALIAN CORPORATION You have two cows but you don t know where they are You decide to have lunch A SWISS CORPORATION You have 5000 cows None of them belong to you You charge the owners for storing them A CHINESE CORPORATION You have two cows You have 300 people milking them You claim that you have full employment and high bovine productivity You arrest the newsman who reported the real situation AN INDIAN CORPORATION You have two cows You worship

    Original URL path: http://www.farming-forum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=7989 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK :: View topic - Lamb milk
    Coltheox Sat May 02 2015 6 44 am Post subject Re Lamb milk 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 Author JM Sat May 02 2015 7 40 am Post subject Re Lamb milk 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 Author JM Sat May 02 2015 7 41 am Post subject Re Lamb milk 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

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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?p=227256 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Poultry & Birds
    6645 Tue Jan 27 2009 11 38 pm Removed un tamed birds Removed 5 2795 Mon Jan 26 2009 10 01 am Fat Hill Fire at Berkshire Chicken Farm Lord Muck 4 5207 Thu Nov 13 2008 9 00 pm Lumpkin fleas bob smith 5 3542 Thu Sep 04 2008 10 32 pm Waldorf Domestic Chicken Keeping Go to page 1 2 bobholiday 19 14186 Wed Aug 13 2008 9 17 am Lincs Lassy 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 2 25 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 Board index Farming Topics Poultry Birds 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 posts Popular No unread posts Popular Sticky Unread posts Locked No unread posts Locked Moved topic 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

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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&t=9969 (2016-02-10)
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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Christmas dinner
    Turkeys are fugly birds aren t they And they are crap drivers Top Rupert Jones Post subject Posted Tue Aug 26 2014 6 47 am Joined Fri Aug 15 2014 11 25 am Posts 10 So long as they taste good that s the most important thing Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Tue Aug 26 2014 7 54 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 Personally I like turkey and think it a shame that it s not on the menu more often Top Rupert Jones Post subject Posted Fri Aug 29 2014 6 53 am Joined Fri Aug 15 2014 11 25 am Posts 10 What do feed your turkeys on do they require any special food Top Coltheox Post subject Posted Fri Aug 29 2014 7 34 am Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh Lord Muck wrote Personally I like turkey and think it a shame that it s not on the menu more often So do I I particularly like the breast portion Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top Slider Post subject Posted Fri Aug 29 2014 7 39 am Joined Fri Oct 30 2009 8 32 pm Posts 66 Rupert Jones wrote What do feed your turkeys on do they require any special food Cranberries Pull here and here and Hey presto The Spitting Cobra Top McFarmer Post subject Posted Fri Aug 29 2014 11 54 am Joined Sat Aug 16 2008 3 18 am Posts 6924 Location Schizophrenia Just this side of the border Rupert Jones wrote What do feed your turkeys on do they require any special food They are best when raised outside to eat bugs grains leaves and such Inside they eat any grain Top Huffy Post subject Posted Fri Aug 29 2014 1 55 pm Joined Sun Sep 07 2008 10 18 pm Posts 7609 Location Woof Woof Coltheox wrote Lord Muck wrote Personally I like turkey and think it a shame that it s not on the menu more often So do I I particularly like the breast portion It helps if you lay your bacon over the breast after you have inserted your stuffing into its cavity Somebody Stop Me Top Rupert Jones Post subject Posted Mon Sep 01 2014 6 49 am Joined Fri Aug 15 2014 11 25 am Posts 10 Mine was a serious question what should you feed turkeys on Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Mon Sep 01 2014 8 26 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 Rupert Jones wrote Mine was a serious question what should you feed turkeys on McFarmer already gave an answer and I think he s right I suppose if they are home reared turkeys you could let them roam around foraging etc and supplement them with pellets If on a commercial basis then you would have a regulated mash or pellet system Top McFarmer Post subject

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Christmas dinner
    livestock feed supplier will have turkey pellets or coarse powder to make mash including everything that turkeys actually require If space and predators permit letting them forage for themselves as well will as Mac says give a better flavour and texture Top Rupert Jones Post subject Posted Tue Sep 02 2014 5 41 am Joined Fri Aug 15 2014 11 25 am Posts 10 Thank you for your answers it is interesting to see that they can live outside and find enough to feed on out there Top Lord Muck Post subject Posted Tue Sep 02 2014 8 03 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 Rupert Jones wrote Thank you for your answers it is interesting to see that they can live outside and find enough to feed on out there They would have to in the wild Access to grass bugs and leaves will have them rooting about Obviously it doesn t work as well if you happen to live in a council apartment in Stroud Top Coltheox Post subject Posted Tue Sep 02 2014 8 45 am Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh Lord Muck wrote Rupert Jones wrote Thank you for your answers it is interesting to see that they can live outside and find enough to feed on out there They would have to in the wild Access to grass bugs and leaves will have them rooting about Obviously it doesn t work as well if you happen to live in a council apartment in Stroud Plus the fact they tend to shit all over the wall to wall Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Chicken Farms North West & North Wales
    Posted Wed Sep 07 2011 5 15 pm Joined Tue Mar 29 2011 8 18 pm Posts 92 Location North West UK Hi folks over the past 2 weeks there seems to be an increase of foxes in the North Wales area killing dozens of birds this is likely to be as the cubs are now of hunting age electric fencing has also been breached in some parts So just a tip check your security now before it happens too you or contact me and I will do it for you Regards Eliminator you can visit me anytime at www huntingfortreasure co uk 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 1 post Board index Farming Topics Poultry Birds 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

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