The Official TFK Farming Thread - Rural Lives Matter


#622

Texted the neighbour. The bull has a sore foot. He says it’s placid and he walks him around with a rope. I’ll just make sure to put the double lock on the front door. 12000 volt tape to keep him in too. Twas electric.


#623

if you fix his foot he’ll be your best friend. Like Fernando, or is that Lions? Either way, get close and stick your thumb up it’s hole


#624

Balls. Docile animals /petted animals are dangerous. A dog, a car horn, a kid. A stranger etc are all enough to get a reaction out of him.


#625

Not electric enough to keep in a placid bull with a sore foot


#626

@rocko ban this wanker pls.


#627

I think the selfish giant is right about the oul farming, it has no future. Weather conditions that farmers can’t farm in and need government handouts according to the farmers in the last 7 or 8 months are sun, rain, wind and snow.


#628

Imagine they had to farm in a country that actually got extremes of weather :sweat_smile:


#629

The mother texted me there.

The aul lad is after driving over his phone with the tractor. Not on purpose I might add

:joy::joy::joy:


#630

Told ya get should never have changed that Nokia


#631

He’s on the same Nokia for about five year Mike.
He’s never had anything but a Nokia

He probably reckons he can fix it now


#632

Not such a shhhhmartphone now, is it?!


#633

As any farmer worth his salt will tell you, it only takes one shock of d’electric fence to learn an animal to stay well clear of it. After that, any auld bit of wire will keep him in, until the next time he escapes.


#634

Hello Bull


#635

Did you have the flash on taking that?


#636

Cunts can sense when it’s off though


#637

How’s the golden vale holding up @Breaking_my_balls ? We’re starting to fry here on the westh coast.


#638

You’ve the place destroyed with round up


#639

We’ll be camel farming soon enough.


#640

I’d say they’d be cunts to tag


#641

Camel tastes lovely in a stew.