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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Management Issues
    Sat Apr 21 2012 11 22 pm The Pretender Driver kipper 10 333 Fri Apr 06 2012 10 16 pm kipper Calling any one with an IQ over 30 kipper 9 329 Sun Mar 18 2012 8 50 pm kipper VAT question JM 4 186 Sat Feb 25 2012 8 05 pm defender Clothing Go to page 1 2 Tel 17 432 Wed Feb 22 2012 9 53 pm Ploughman1963 Need a laptop JM 3 178 Fri Feb 10 2012 6 01 am Chaff Bandit Yet more solar panels kipper 4 252 Sun Feb 05 2012 11 32 am ELIMINATOR Camera kipper 7 206 Mon Jan 30 2012 6 43 pm kipper email in windows mail JM 6 190 Sat Jan 28 2012 10 57 am The Squire Jumbled typing DaveJ 1 127 Tue Jan 24 2012 11 01 pm The Pretender maybe you can help me with this kipper 2 130 Tue Jan 24 2012 12 55 pm kipper Attachments Go to page 1 2 kipper 25 477 Mon Jan 23 2012 9 48 pm kipper Windows 7 ultimate SJP 4 228 Sun Jan 15 2012 7 40 pm SJP ghost shifting Go to page 1 2 3 kipper 33 737 Tue Jan 03 2012 12 10 am kipper Setaside Lumpkin 6 225 Sun Dec 25 2011 12 15 am Lumpkin Crop recording software JM 3 165 Fri Dec 16 2011 12 39 am Tel 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 5 of 9 177 topics Go to page Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Board index Farming Issues Debate Management Issues All times are UTC DST Who is

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  • Farming Forum UK • View forum - Management Issues
    830 Tue Jul 21 2009 8 54 pm recycled Can anyone give me a chance ad 2 489 Sun Jul 19 2009 9 56 pm Bloomers contents insurance defender 5 723 Wed May 20 2009 11 40 pm Fat Hill Nanny State rogerm 12 1026 Thu May 07 2009 7 26 pm dust n diesel Wages and pay Go to page 1 2 Lord Muck 18 2683 Wed Apr 08 2009 7 58 pm Bloomers Credit Crunch Go to page 1 2 Lord Muck 15 2207 Mon Apr 06 2009 10 18 pm Lumpkin Lost Removed 2 894 Sun Mar 15 2009 9 56 am colliemaid Might be helpful for vet visits shows cat fan78 3 822 Wed Jan 28 2009 10 11 pm Removed Why help banks Removed 7 929 Mon Jan 19 2009 4 57 pm Lord Muck Blu ray IT query Removed 9 756 Fri Jan 16 2009 12 16 pm Lord Muck Farmplan no more rogerbill 0 722 Thu Jan 15 2009 4 09 pm rogerbill HSE and different views From heights Removed 1 587 Sun Jan 11 2009 12 46 pm recycled Poll Weather Marmalade 5 1216 Sun Nov 02 2008 12 46 pm hedgeman neighbours and rites of way jack ladd 10 1568 Sun Aug 10 2008 12 48 pm jack ladd 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 9 of 9 177 topics Go to page Previous 1 5 6 7 8 9 Board index Farming Issues Debate Management Issues 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

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Limited use?
    Limited use Posted Tue Feb 09 2016 2 27 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 You re Welsh aren t you I suspect it already meets that criteria Go onto the gov pages and search restricted use Deeeheeecent Top defender Post subject Re Limited use Posted Tue Feb 09 2016 7 32 pm Joined Thu Dec 13 2007 1 58 pm Posts 926 If you still have a local DVLA office you can download forms V10 and V112 and take them along with the V5 with the taxation class changed also enclose a covering letter saying that you require it for moving between parcels of land farmed by you and for distances between 10 metres and no more than 1 5 km The MOT exemption is 6 miles per week so you either mot it or on paper keep the mileage below that If you don t have a local office you can post this to DVLA Swansea SA99 1DZ and you will get your limited use tax disc back within 2 weeks if all is well Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Photos
    click the quote button under this post and you ll see the characters that make it work Or Scan the pictures email them to me I will put them in my Photobucket account send you the links and you can post them here Top kipper Post subject Re Photos Posted Fri Jan 01 2016 10 58 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk Thanks Flinty I have a PB account but it is full so I was looking for a different host that was easy for me to up load to Thanks for the offer of the photos Top Flintstone Post subject Re Photos Posted Sun Jan 03 2016 12 37 am Joined Fri Aug 01 2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts kipper wrote Thanks Flinty I have a PB account but it is full I ll bet it is Eh Eh Top Tel Post subject Re Photos Posted Sun Jan 03 2016 1 00 am Joined Thu Apr 30 2009 9 45 pm Posts 2779 Just open a different picture hosting account or a second PB account Flickr or some of the others Top kipper Post subject Re Photos Posted Sun Jan 03 2016 10 05 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk Thanks I think I will have to Tel Top RGSP Post subject Re Photos Posted Mon Jan 04 2016 9 08 am Joined Sun Nov 09 2008 11 02 pm Posts 5686 Location south Suffolk Kipper one thing you might also consider doing is to run your photos through a simple image processing programme a free download most likely before sending them to Photobucket or whatever You can then crop them adjust the brightness adjust the size to maybe

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Smart Phone
    holiday Top kipper Post subject Re Smart Phone Posted Thu Nov 19 2015 9 59 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk I had a JCB phone I had 3 replacement phones in a year I think the new ones are better Top Coltheox Post subject Re Smart Phone Posted Thu Nov 19 2015 10 35 pm Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh kipper wrote Looking for a robust smart phone Been looking at the CAT and jCB phones but are they as good as they say or would i be just as well of with a traditional phone Thanks Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top graybo Post subject Re Smart Phone Posted Thu Nov 19 2015 10 35 pm Joined Sat May 16 2009 11 21 pm Posts 6761 Location beds kipper wrote I had a JCB phone I had 3 replacement phones in a year I think the new ones are better Probably cheaper for you to use a landline No one can steer like this Ffuker Top dust n diesel Post subject Re Smart Phone Posted Sun Jan 03 2016 12 01 am Joined Sun Aug 10 2008 1 54 pm Posts 8545 Location Location Location I have an iPhone and bought a very good quality otter case for it Splash proof shock proof drop proof JOB 8Y Top Lord Muck Post subject Re Smart Phone Posted Sun Jan 03 2016 9 04 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 dust n diesel wrote I have an iPhone and bought a very good quality otter case for it Splash proof shock proof drop proof Mine has lasted about 5 years before it finally started

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Overalls
    that for the price of a decent pair of jeans I could get a proper pair of overalls without the usual tractor machinery branding guff on them So ordered a pair of these http www engelbert strauss co uk Work 7 646 html and a pair of these http www betawork com catalog article filters As expected Zee German pair came on time and were pretty much what I expected along with a big catalogue with loads of other decent looking work wear that was refreshingly free of the curse of tweed The only issue is that I am a bit small and even the smallest pair are a little big but no big deal I had an email regarding the Beta pair today they haven t even been delivered to the warehouse yet but will be sent to me next day when they do arrive The Italians were probably too busy drinking wine or chasing giovane donna Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top The Squire Post subject Re Overalls Posted Fri Dec 04 2015 6 37 pm Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location Dickies Redhawk http www dickiesstore co uk product W nt overall Good all round hardwearing overalls you can get 2 pairs of overalls for the price of your fancy ones or 4 pairs of work jeans Top graybo Post subject Re Overalls Posted Fri Dec 04 2015 6 40 pm Joined Sat May 16 2009 11 21 pm Posts 6761 Location beds Peeps still buy their own overalls S a funny old world No one can steer like this Ffuker Top jonnieboy Post subject Re Overalls Posted Sat Dec 05 2015 11 22 pm Joined Fri Nov 28 2008 11 46 pm Posts 4643 Location best bit of yorkshire Trouble with Italy it seems theres only one truck that ever leaves there destined for blighty and it has always just left when we need a sprayer part Nick the combine drivers pair not bad quality Hold my beer watch this Top Fat Hill Post subject Re Overalls Posted Sun Dec 06 2015 1 48 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 10 46 pm Posts 6471 Location Eat Anglia Can t see what s wrong with going to work Ina pair of chinos with a nice Charles Tyrwhitt shirt and a pair of suede desert boots Oh sorry I forgot you do MANUAL labour how quaint Maybe that s why I m nearly twice your weight moneymoneymoney always sunny in a rich mans world Top kipper Post subject Re Overalls Posted Sun Dec 06 2015 9 15 am Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk I was told by one of the reps how hard it was to get stuff out of Italy He said the police were stopping every no Italian wagon and fine them for anything driving to fast or driving to slow He said he

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - DVD
    s 1300 s 1500 s Any Unimogs Deeeheeecent Top NQIT Post subject Re DVD Posted Sun Nov 15 2015 8 21 pm Joined Sun Jan 18 2009 1 13 pm Posts 1838 Location Norfolk Lord Muck wrote NQIT wrote I am interested to know A friend did a DVD of us digging spuds this year and it is many MB s 1300 s 1500 s Any Unimogs No mostly megabytes and john deeres Top kipper Post subject Re DVD Posted Sun Nov 15 2015 8 27 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk Lord Muck wrote I wonder if you could use Windows Moviemaker and do it that way Thanks I will have a look Top Lord Muck Post subject Re DVD Posted Sun Nov 15 2015 8 39 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 NQIT wrote Lord Muck wrote NQIT wrote I am interested to know A friend did a DVD of us digging spuds this year and it is many MB s 1300 s 1500 s Any Unimogs No mostly megabytes and john deeres Not worth doing then Deeeheeecent Top footsfitter Post subject Re DVD Posted Sun Nov 15 2015 8 51 pm Joined Sat May 09 2009 11 59 pm Posts 1239 Location Near Park Prewett kipper wrote Hi all I dont know if I am pushing my self beyond the capability of man kind or what But I have been given a DVD that a friend recorded of my self and some friends ploughing some 12 years ago What would the best way to edited and posting it Thanks copy the dvd to your hard drive use MS windows moviemaker to edit it if you want save it as suitable for youtube moviemaker calls it publishing and then upload it as private so you can restrict who sees it unless your happy for it to be seen by anyone Not too difficult even muck manages it http tinyurl com qxxuwyt Top The Squire Post subject Re DVD Posted Sun Nov 15 2015 8 52 pm Joined Sun Aug 02 2009 9 53 pm Posts 3732 Location Location Location I recently recorded a dvd onto pc then uploaded it to youtube I used VLC to convert it free download http www videolan org vlc See https vimeo com 39853113 Top Lord Muck Post subject Re DVD Posted Sun Nov 15 2015 9 00 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 footsfitter wrote Not too difficult even muck manages it Only just Deeeheeecent Top kipper Post subject Re DVD Posted Mon Nov 16 2015 5 44 pm Joined Fri Nov 07 2008 7 11 am Posts 9484 Location mid norfolk The Squire wrote I recently recorded a dvd onto pc then uploaded it to youtube I used VLC to convert it free download http www videolan org vlc See https vimeo com 39853113 Should I have a traffic cone in the middle

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Only halfway into 21st century
    for my Samsung Xcover 3 tuff smart phone 500 minutes 1MB at 19 99 month with free phone He d forgotten to order one in for me No wonder these spivs only last a few weeks before being replaced by another one off the dole I didn t really understand much of that Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top rogerm Post subject Re Only halfway into 21st century Posted Tue Nov 10 2015 10 42 am Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon Coltheox wrote OLD wrote Braved the great un washed in Argos fast track system works in out with Asus tablet in 7 minutes flat Agreed on special deal over the phone last Thursday with fast talking salesman in EE Connect store to go in sign up collect phone to day Monday They specialise in business users and offer lower contract prices than the normal high street EE stores give to the general public Went in to day for my Samsung Xcover 3 tuff smart phone 500 minutes 1MB at 19 99 month with free phone He d forgotten to order one in for me No wonder these spivs only last a few weeks before being replaced by another one off the dole I didn t really understand much of that I did the service was crap as the salesman was gormless Smokin Top OLD Post subject Re Only halfway into 21st century Posted Tue Nov 10 2015 2 09 pm Joined Fri Aug 21 2009 10 06 pm Posts 3215 Location Far from the madding crowd Coltheox wrote OLD wrote Braved the great un washed in Argos fast track system works in out with Asus tablet in 7 minutes flat Agreed on special deal over the phone last Thursday with fast talking salesman in EE Connect store to go in sign up collect phone to day Monday They specialise in business users and offer lower contract prices than the normal high street EE stores give to the general public Went in to day for my Samsung Xcover 3 tuff smart phone 500 minutes 1MB at 19 99 month with free phone He d forgotten to order one in for me No wonder these spivs only last a few weeks before being replaced by another one off the dole I didn t really understand much of that Col A EE Get Connected stores offer cheaper phone contracts than EE Stores do B They employ buffoons on short term contracts as salesmen managers Top Coltheox Post subject Re Only halfway into 21st century Posted Tue Nov 10 2015 2 16 pm Joined Fri Jan 09 2009 6 50 pm Posts 10107 Location Belmarsh OLD wrote Coltheox wrote OLD wrote Braved the great un washed in Argos fast track system works in out with Asus tablet in 7 minutes flat Agreed on special deal over the phone last Thursday with fast talking salesman in EE Connect store to

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