Mucky Manor Pics

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  1. muckymanor

    muckymanor Well-Known Member

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    You pay for warranty and for set up and back up. I don't know whats a reasonable charge for that but I could have 15 of these cameras set up for 1 from yer man @jay gatsby s mart
     
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  2. marco

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    Are those fixed or can you scan around with them?
     
  3. muckymanor

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    They turn 355 degrees and you can zoom up to 5 times.
     
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    I got mine for half of @jay gatsby , but it was as a favour for a favour.
     
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  5. muckymanor

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    Screenshot_20180417-144352.png Thats my last cow at home calved. Never had it finished so early or so compact.
     
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    Did you aim to do it as compact or pure luck?
     
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    Aimed for compact this year. Culled a few last year. Culled more that weren't in calf at the back end. Have a lot of young cows this year and they are easier managed.
     
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  8. muckymanor

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    Great to get some cows and calves off to grass.

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    A bog field that I have reclaimed bit by bit over the years. Ready to feed my heifers.

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    Did you spread any fertilizer on that this year. ?
     
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    Not yet. It was grazed by weanlings up to end of November.
     
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    I was spreading on that sort of ground today . I find that you would travel rightly on it before the stock go on it .
    It can get quite brittle after grazing especially if the weather takes a turn for the worst.
     
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    That's it exactly. Dry as a bone now. Plan to only graze it with lighter cattle. Cows would be hard on it and if they poach it, it will hold water and be soft.
     
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    We got our little sprayer tested and serviced today. We thought it would need a lot of work doing but apart from new nozzles and a new pressure gauge it was perfect. Now all we need is weather to use it IMG_20180424_200424.jpg IMG_20180424_200418.jpg
     
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    Ground is by no means dry but we are tipping out with a few load here and there.

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    Im guessing you have the loan of that tank?
    Stick a driveshaft cover on as a goodwill gesture :Thumbp2:
     
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  17. muckymanor

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    Hired.
    I've a new shaft but whatever way they put that shaft on, I cannot get it off.
     
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    Is that a t5050 ye have @muckymanor ? How has it gone for he?
     
  19. muckymanor

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    Grass 2018 begins officially tomorrow as we are out of silage. Remarkable that we stretched it this far. No losses in adult cattle and only 2 calves lost. We need a dry week to bring on grass and dry out this ground. This grass was last grazed at Christmas by weanlings and got can 2 weeks ago as you can see by the tractor track in the picture. IMG_20180503_201513.jpg
     
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    First field of the first round of grazing here in Leitrim. They were happy to see me coming at 6am to take down the fence. They will move to the next field tonight.

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    Same field in the 2 posts above. Amazing the growth in 12 days from the top picture to the bottom one.
     
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    New solar fence. Tiny but giving a great shock off it. Up a week now and charging even on dull days.

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    I hope no one knows where that post is.. those fencers are surely a magnet for thieves as they have to be exposed.
     
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    Thats a neat idea i have bought 2 in the last few yrs but the battery ran down even with the solor panel and they went through the fence and made sh*t of it. I have reverted back to the coop batteries this yr
     
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    This was my concern with mine,I've set it up out of view and chained to a gatepost,so far so good been up 4 months now.
     

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