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  1. Bog Man

    Bog Man Well-Known Member

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    Being good neighbor . A contractor spreading fert on silage ground got stuck at the bottom of a hill . He said he had a chain but from experience when you get the call it’s a good idea to bring the CHAIN My father brought from Arklow in a Hillman Husky . It was an anchor chain off a small trawler.
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  2. Arthur

    Arthur Well-Known Member

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    Not been on much recently but theyve been cracking on with the new shed, roof almost finished. We concreted a foundation to build some walls on next few days.

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  4. Watdoiknow

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    Doing 55 kph one strap
     

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  5. greenhorn

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    Who can guess what this is for? Spotted it on a farm yesterday
     

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  6. kverneland es 80

    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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    Would think so the bags are a give away .
     
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  7. Danielk

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    Yea I going to guess the same about the big fertilser bags. Know a friend who has one to similar but think it’s round tubing. Also the empty fertilser bags beside it is a give away
     
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  8. max

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    To make a tyre swing for the kids
     
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  9. Arthur

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    It could be used for the wrong reason if this weather keeps up much longer.
     
  10. CORK

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    Deserves a boot in the hole....
     
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  11. greenhorn

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    Yup exactly :Thumbp2: good idea for a one man one tractor band.
     
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    massey 6480 Well-Known Member

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    Made one for here at home this year . Simple to do and saves the back .
     
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  13. fraserb

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    Intake and dryer shed for the new grainstore

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  14. Bog Man

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    2020 fuel supply ⛽️ secured . A mixture of oak ash beech and a few popular for lighting the fire . The bad weather was a great for chopping and splitting sticks .
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  15. Blackwater boy

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    That’s a shed J.
     
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    Not a bad view... 20180416_155653.jpg
     
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  19. bagenal

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    Looking across at Cobh from Ringaskiddy deep water berth. Well spotted :Thumbp2:
     
  20. humungus

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    thought it looked like the cathedral in the distance alright :thumbup:
     
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    77AB8575-6824-4E03-9606-BBC5326F0EEA.jpeg Cutting this evening after 1.8inchs of rain last night, now that’s dry ground to soak it that well.
     
  22. jpt

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    261538DD-B393-4B9C-B5D3-870E2783337C.jpeg Conditions weren’t great for a few loads of slurry yesterday
     
  23. slurryboy

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    Busy day waiting for the umbilical to keep up
     

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    I see this on the local Mart.
    "Houston , we have a problem."
    99 Hi lux.
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    82F34916-1BA3-4681-A034-92314B544EFA.png Spring wheat in 3 weeks tomorrow, progress was slow but moving now in the sunshine, ploughed ground still very wet might plough last of wheat ground tomorrow.but no hope of sowing.
     
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