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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - new test on chicken stress
    Tue May 12 2009 4 57 am Joined Tue Aug 12 2008 1 15 pm Posts 1341 Location where ever my hat is Hi ya s this on one of the leading on line news places in NZ seems the old common chock is next door to haveing a melt down with stress levels higher than most other animals http www thenznews info May chicken html And the moonshiner s daughter made me liquor all night long Aren t blow up dolls fucking great I mean where else can you find a woman that always looks shocked at the size of your cock 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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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - LED Agrilamp cuts lighting costs by 90%
    Mar 31 2009 10 02 am Posts 1 First LED bulb designed for the egg and broiler sectors Glo Agrilamp from Buckingham company Greengage Lighting claims to be the first LED bulb designed for the egg and broiler sectors Rated at 4W it replaces a 25W tungsten filament lamp and claims to reduce lighting energy consumption by 90 It was developed and tested with egg producer Noble Foods which says it made the birds calmer It costs 16 a bulb and lasts for 25 000 hours It is also fully dimmable and reduces heat output by 50 http www fwi co uk Articles 2009 03 13 114709 led agrilamp cuts lighting costs by 90 html 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

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Helpful for vet visits & shows?
    be of help to some of you Top Lincs Lassy Post subject Re Helpful for vet visits shows Posted Wed Jan 28 2009 7 34 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 6 56 pm Posts 3654 Location Lincolnshire Wolds cat fan78 wrote Hi all One of my more cat oriented friends sent me this video link and while it doesn t directly relate to poultry I can easily see it being used in this context I imagine it would be a helpful product to use when dealing with visits to the vet or for transporting to shows http uk youtube com watch v EUys0W7yawM Maybe this will be of help to some of you Hmmmm Tis my delight on a shiny night in the season of the year Top kipper Post subject Posted Wed Jan 28 2009 8 11 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk Are you here too you get every where Now going over to Farm machinery will this post be there to Top Removed Post subject Re Helpful for vet visits shows Posted Wed Jan 28 2009 10 07 pm Joined Sat Oct 04 2008 12 23 pm Posts 551 cat fan78 wrote Hi all One of my more cat oriented friends sent me this video link and while it doesn t directly relate to poultry I can easily see it being used in this context I imagine it would be a helpful product to use when dealing with visits to the vet or for transporting to shows http uk youtube com watch v EUys0W7yawM Maybe this will be of help to some of you Gosh a bird with a portable foldable pussy Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3

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  • Farming Forum UK :: View topic - Free range egg production
    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 Author McFarmer Fri Jan 30 2015 2 26 pm Post subject Re Free range egg production 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 Author RGSP Fri Jan 30 2015 5 41 pm Post subject Re Free range egg production 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 Author DaveJ Fri Jan 30 2015 6 06 pm Post subject Re Free range egg production My thoughts were to give organic production a

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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 - 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

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Workshop
    1 1485 Sat Jan 31 2015 3 17 pm Lord Muck PUH ring Go to page 1 2 kipper 24 2105 Fri Jan 23 2015 11 07 pm footsfitter Spanners Go to page 1 2 Raggy 19 1952 Sun Jan 18 2015 3 29 pm Bloomers Go Kart Go to page 1 2 kipper 16 1655 Mon Jan 12 2015 9 35 pm Flintstone For them that need a bit more kipper 0 1052 Sat Jan 10 2015 10 18 pm kipper Steel Framed Building Chaff Bandit 5 1270 Tue Nov 25 2014 12 40 am The Squire tractor seat defender 5 1041 Tue Nov 04 2014 12 06 am defender Parts Washer Pump Howard S 7 1416 Wed Oct 15 2014 4 07 pm Howard S looking for defender 0 1248 Tue Oct 14 2014 4 24 pm defender Awesomeness Go to page 1 2 McFarmer 16 2023 Fri Sep 19 2014 9 26 am Flintstone Sand box McFarmer 9 1655 Wed Aug 06 2014 11 22 pm dust n diesel Perkins won t restart Go to page 1 2 czechmate 19 2573 Tue Jul 29 2014 8 48 pm czechmate Hole saw Go to page 1 2 graybo 18 2223 Sun Jul 27 2014 9 07 pm defender Small Shed Project Go to page 1 2 HESSTON4860s 29 3548 Thu Jun 19 2014 9 27 pm HESSTON4860s New miter e gauge McFarmer 5 788 Fri Jun 06 2014 9 18 am RGSP 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 6 116 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Board index Machinery Workshop All times are UTC DST

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Workshop
    34 pm OLD Norfuk or any one we know SJP 1 586 Wed Apr 02 2014 9 27 pm kipper I m in jonnieboy 2 520 Wed Apr 02 2014 1 08 am footsfitter Good Welding Website defray 3 638 Tue Mar 25 2014 2 26 pm McFarmer Ford GPW Go to page 1 2 Lord Muck 27 2771 Thu Mar 13 2014 9 29 am Lord Muck Report of Graybo SJP 3 672 Fri Mar 07 2014 9 28 pm footsfitter Front lights Go to page 1 2 kipper 22 1517 Mon Jan 27 2014 12 21 am HESSTON4860s Thurmole Lance kipper 8 619 Thu Jan 23 2014 8 14 pm kipper more trailer shenanigans jonnieboy 10 1022 Mon Jan 20 2014 12 38 pm Pierre miniature v12 jonnieboy 1 359 Mon Jan 20 2014 8 19 am PB1507 Trailer body Go to page 1 2 kipper 17 1450 Sat Jan 11 2014 10 35 pm kipper Tool Chest Go to page 1 2 3 kipper 30 2438 Wed Dec 25 2013 3 54 pm N14 painting kipper 8 573 Mon Dec 23 2013 2 19 pm The Pretender Plasma cutter JM 2 329 Sun Dec 22 2013 12 27 am McFarmer Ad Blue kipper 10 813 Sun Dec 01 2013 8 24 pm kipper Splitting Rig Howard S 13 754 Thu Oct 31 2013 10 46 pm footsfitter 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 6 116 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Board index Machinery Workshop All times are UTC DST Who is online Users browsing this forum No registered users and 2 guests Unread

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