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Chris Hewis Jul 29
Is temporarily on hold due to the rain. Chance to meet for breakfast
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John Dear πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ πŸ‡«πŸ‡· πŸ‡§πŸ‡§ Aug 22
Thanks to who ever sent me the 2 stickers, I've put one in the Bentley and one in the Mustang
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Dirt Sweat N Tears Sep 7
Thank you for making time to come out to the farm today!
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Phil Jarvis Jul 25
Many thanks to residents and road users around Loddington. Barley and oilseeds harvested for beer and the cooking oil. Breakfast cereal, bread, biscuits and animal feed will come in next week, fingers crossed. @AliNFUemids
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Peter Cartwright Jul 18
Made a start today on Thanks to for taking the time to help us fully understand the new machine. Yields about 0.5t/Ha below long term average but only cut 12ha so far.
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Peter Lord Aug 3
Well that’s wheat18 complete.. just spring barley to go.
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Farmers Of The UK Jul 9
Last minute decision to use quiet time on the main roads to move combine tonight. Avoids upsetting commuters tomorrow!Great sunset. Tomorrow’s barley awaits....
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David Exwood Jul 26
No rain in Sussex last night so it's all go for our day of action. We have 4 West Sussex MPs visiting combines around the county today to learn the vital role of the arable sector to U.K. farming.
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Danny O'Shea Jun 21
Dep Chief Constable from also popped by to show his support for our farmer and growers...πŸš“πŸ‘πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
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Farm Business Jul 4
Leicestershire farmer Joe Stanley explains in today's issue of why farmers need to share their story to have an influence. Now is the time to remind decision-makers of the realities of agriculture, he says.
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Longwool Aug 5
Sun is setting but carries on into the night
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Jamie Burrows Jul 31
All dressed up with nowhere to go. Wheat still 17% through combine. Whole point of having these two is to go when it’s dry so we will sit back and wait.
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Guy Smith Jul 22
Replying to @tom_watson @NFUtweets
Tom, that’s Barley not Wheat but distinguishing between them can be tricky for non farmers - they are different as Beer and Bread as to what they are used for. We cordially invite you onto a farm during harvest time to see it first hand from a combine cab
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Olly harrison πŸ₯›πŸ”πŸ₯©πŸ₯“πŸ— Sep 28
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Andrew Ward πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸšœ Aug 4
Replying to @FWharvest @forageaid
For those of you who’ve never seen a bale loading trailer (aka chaser) work, just watch this fascinating 2 minute video, sorry it’s a bit long but hopefully the action should keep your interest.
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David Lord Jul 7
roads are so quiet! Ideal as we bring in
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NFU Hertfordshire Jul 21
They may be in the middle of but our members still make time to engage with their local MP . Rural crime, Planning issues, health & safety, Brexit, RPA, Ag & Environ Bill all covered. Thx to , & @herts_farmer.
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Matt Redman Jul 5
Almost ready for harvest now! Trailer collected from this afternoon, opted for a unique colour; so won’t find many (or any?) like it I doubt..
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Anna Jones Aug 1
Amazing. As the daughter of a livestock farmer with an empty barn, I know how much this will be appreciated around the country. What a hero!
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Drew Smith Jul 16
Off we go harvest 42 since school πŸ™„
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