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Ideation could you empty your in box please.

 

TC

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So free electricity,,,,and free water,,,,,I wonder what you will do with that,,,,,lol

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BRY - You will know the land. Drive up to the saw bench and its to your left as you go up the track from the lay-by. :thumbs:

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Handy for you then mate :thumbs: . Are you coming out with Carl on the golf course when i get it sorted ? ( lamping & ferting next winter )

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Haha, yer, quite funny that your ferrets ended up with my good mate! I would imagine if there is some ferreting to be done for pest control, i'll be there :thumbs: He did mention it before :yes:

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This is brilliant! Something I have a real "want" to do for myself, if that makes sense? I have been looking for land local to me and convinced the wife that it would be a good idea to re-mortgage our house for the money, so time will tell...

 

I wish you the best of luck, though I don't think you'll need it, you seem like you have a good head on your shoulders...

 

I'll look forward to seeing your progress on this :thumbs:

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Cheers matey :thumbs: I know exactly what you mean :yes:

 

The piglets are weaned, the sow was not happy to start, she slept outside in the rain the first night, which of course, was the only cold, rainy night we had. She's happier now though, and the pigs are growing. First two go off start of june, so not long now. . . . and it's sausage time :thumbs:

 

Been doing a bit of chain sawing, cleared way for some more fencing, and also to bring in a JCB, to scrape out a space for the shed / barn, and level out an access track. Also going to get him to drill the holes for the posts. Luckily, it's the farm manager of the estate where I look after the pheasants, so it's saving me a packet :thumbs:

 

Next plan is to plant some fruit trees :thumbs:

 

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Anyone want to buy a pig lol? :laugh:

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Just as a matter of interest as I know you will have already thought about it, how are you going to get rid of the bracken?

 

TC

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Good for you Ideation great feeling having your own bit of land

I miss the small holding i was bought up on. Pigs chickens, ducks yum it all revolves around me belly :laugh:

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Rather than use an auger to drill out the post holes which will always give you loose posts use the digger to push the posts into the ground ... Absolutely solid posts .........

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The pole barn will be built along these lines, a bit bigger and with most of the front sheeted off too.

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sounding good mate, i'll pop up 1 day have a nose lol Get [BANNED TEXT] ole man to text me [BANNED TEXT] mob no so i can find out when [BANNED TEXT] up there

 

Bry

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