The Official TFK Farming Thread - Rural Lives Matter


#762

Is cutting the “cailleach” still a thing?


#763

That’s a new old one on me, had to look it up


#764

Irish Rail services cancelled after train hits herd of cattle


#765

Second time in the space of a few months.


#766

And not a sign of a shtone


#767

We decommissioned them when we signed up to the good Friday agreement


#768

That looks like one of the best fields in Ireland. Winter barley?


#769

Just for grazing - hasn’t been reseeded in 15 years and didn’t seem to bother it one bit


#770

If you were only taking one cut of silage a year and kept the weeds in check, you’d get 30 years off Italian Ryegrass.


#771

Now you tell me! One for next year!


#772

The eye-taliiiian grass takes a lot of work and care to get established though. One bad weather issue can fuck up your sward early on and it’ll take several seasons to get right.


#773

Silage will be cut today,


#774

The Americans know what side their bread is buttered.


#775

Land was sold in Laois the other day for €18,604 per acre. Holy fuck lads.


#776

€22k an acre in Cashel area past month. Fucking mental shit


#777

Thats insane. You’d do well to turn a profit from that from farming.


#778

That’s not Coolmore though?


#779

Don’t ever give us the poor mouth again @KinvarasPassion


#780

@KinvarasPassion wouldn’t be raring anything as fancy as that.


#781

Maybe if they did we wouldn’t have to subsidise the bastards