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A few from last week taking out a beech with a compromised root system and a rather large pipe of a sycamore

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This evening just finished topping some thistles, that is the bonnet of a MF35 fe not easy as it was on ploughed ground. Bit cooler to do it then in the day time. 

 

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6 minutes ago, woody paul said:

This evening just finished topping some thistles, that is the bonnet of a MF35 fe not easy as it was on ploughed ground. Bit cooler to do it then in the day time. 

 

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Great little tractor the 35

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Bit of dry stone walling at home. Cheating a bit by backing it with soil and rubble. Will be nice once its finished, about 400 meters to be done in all. 

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7 minutes ago, Conor Wright said:

Bit of dry stone walling at home. Cheating a bit by backing it with soil and rubble. Will be nice once its finished, about 400 meters to be done in all. 

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Looks like your in the shade anyway connor 

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1 hour ago, woody paul said:

This evening just finished topping some thistles, that is the bonnet of a MF35 fe not easy as it was on ploughed ground. Bit cooler to do it then in the day time. 

 

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Looks a good crop, is there much money in growing Thistles 😂😂

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30 minutes ago, Conor Wright said:

Bit of dry stone walling at home. Cheating a bit by backing it with soil and rubble. Will be nice once its finished, about 400 meters to be done in all. 

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Curious as to why you have the trees bang on the line?

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9 hours ago, spuddog0507 said:

Looks a good crop, is there much money in growing Thistles 😂😂

Not my ground, did it for land owner. Its a lower part of field who that has been took out of tenancy, the tenant  just ploughed it early in the year and left it drilled rest of field but it only looks a bit better then this bit. 

 

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9 hours ago, Conor Wright said:

Bit of dry stone walling at home. Cheating a bit by backing it with soil and rubble. Will be nice once its finished, about 400 meters to be done in all. 

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Looks good Conor,are you self taught?

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9 hours ago, AHPP said:

Curious as to why you have the trees bang on the line?

Cant go back any further, dont own the plantation behind. 

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