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Andrew Ward πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸšœ πŸ₯›πŸ₯© 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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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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Drew Smith Jul 16
Off we go harvest 42 since school 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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George Palmer Jul 19
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Jonathan Quail πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸšœπŸπŸŽπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Oct 17
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Scott Bevan Aug 4
Are there any farmers who’ll allow me to detect some land please. I’ll pay a daily fee, will fill all holes neatly & I can provide references. I’ll also abide by all & any conditions. Thank you 🚜🌾🌽πŸ₯•πŸ„πŸ–πŸ‘πŸ¦ƒ
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The Risk-Monger Aug 9
As is coming in, I would like to congratulate those farmers working all hours under all conditions. For many it's been a hard year, with hard decisions for next year. I admire the ingenuity and perseverance to bring in . Tough times require tough farmers!
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David Walston Jul 31
We were very pleased to welcome to the farm today, as part of . Unfortunately in the excitement, I forgot to get a photo. However, this is her on the combine, in the midst of many swifts, swallows & house martens.
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Claire @PureKent Jul 27
We usually chop our straw, but there’s a big shortage this year, so the combine has laid it out in rows for baling. It can be used as feed or bedding for livestock.
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Andy Roberts Aug 9
Bit more harvesting today before the rain stopped us. Spring barley for malting hopefully. Yield and quality disappointing following the drought, we wait to see if it will pass the tests so that it can be brewed into beers such as these.
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Edward Ford Aug 3
So today is and it also marks the start of our spring barley harvest. The grains will go to who will market it on our behalf and will hopefully end up in a pint near you! Straw also destined for a dairy farm in Devon!
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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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Harvest Live 2018 Aug 23
This is one of the most extreme photos highlighting just how dry it's been this year 😱 πŸ“Έ Andrew Greenwood in Lincolnshire
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Andrew Ward πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸšœ πŸ₯›πŸ₯© Aug 4
Replying to @forageaid @FWharvest
And this is it unloading and stacking ready for the lorries to load and take to Cumbria. 335 bales off 55 acres of wheat, not sure what they weight though.
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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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Longwool Aug 5
Sun is setting but carries on into the night
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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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David Lord Jul 7
roads are so quiet! Ideal as we bring in
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HutchinsonsAlnwick Jul 29
And that is never a good way to be....
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