The Official TFK Farming Thread - Rural Lives Matter


#542

No. But I will if she lets me


#543

Wonderful harmless animals…Every farmer (pretend or otherwise) should have a pair.

FAO @HBV and @Brimmer_Bradley it only takes a modicum of smooching as per my goats.


#544

Great men to ckear brambles, the goats.


#545

Neighbours.


#546

Bastards


#547

Sure even the lads in thomomdgate keep a few goats


#548


There’s still some serious gangsters out there “farming”


#549

That never happened. Vegan propaganda.


#550

Amazing how the meadows recovered after the harsh spring. Freshly cut.


#551

To be fair KP, the drying and growth in May was unreal… I would say we haven’t seen anything like it for years if not decades


#552

Fuck the growth levels, give me my 10th like you cunt!

Edit: a drop of rain wouldn’t go astray to keep growth up for late closed meadows.


#553

April - We’ve no grass, give us a grant
June - We’ve too much grass, give us a grant


#554

Happy to oblige pal.


#555

I was only remarking this very issue to a neighbour of mine last week.

That’s a fine meadow of stuff.


#556

Neighbor mowed off a Paddock yesterday evening that was grazed 3 weeks ago. It went too heavy to graze again in that period. Growth levels are off the hook.
The roadside hedges tell it the most, pulling out at junctions is lethal on Country Roads.


#557

+1, the long acre is bushier than a 70s porno at the moment, lethal stuff.


#558

Precious much?


#559

It’ll all be wanted. If we get another long winter we’re fucked. Grain is down at least 100,000 tons, that’s a fair shortfall to make up with forage.


#560

Fuck the grain, can’t bed animals on grain. Straw is going to be scarce as fuck.


#561

:rollseyes:
Did you ever hear of slats down your way.