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IRE David H

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  1. lights check twin exhaust check switch check agri spec sticker check poor ferguson te20 https://www.donedeal.ie/vintagemachinery-for-sale/massey-ferguson-20-tractor-for-auction-this-saturd/21841323
  2. or give him a job and allow him to sleep in a caravan onsite
  3. pull the fruit and try to prop up the branch
  4. glue nope duct tape or the tyre repair rubber and stick into hole
  5. oh make sure the wheel arch is good, seen a few patched in that spot
  6. so it is fair to assume some of it is stolen
  7. one of the big fairs is going to hit Ireland next weekend, now these boys have makita bosch, hilti stihl husqvarana, and other pro builders and tree surgeons tools. alot of travelers.
  8. If you planted trees in land or if they grow themselves, the land is unable to generate reps or other grants and so you lose money by planting trees for agroforesrty in Ireland. This has happened to several neighboring farmer I know.
  9. if they were doing stumps they should have one of these shredder
  10. hmm lorry, mog combine the two. Mercedes zetros
  11. right now is the best time, to have it for winter or else wait till winter when there are less leaves,
  12. people buy cheap stoves, or use coal which warps the sides of a stove, I have seen cracks in welds due to heat which damaged the boiler in the back, it was fine for non boiler applications.
  13. A chipper is an expensive piece of equipment that could be destroyed easily so answer should be no, if its a bonfire sure go ahead, but no chiper

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