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Fairplay. They seem hard pushed to ground here. Sods law, all dogs laid up and we had HEAVY rain last night and this morning, would have been ideal.

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Lets' hope the promised cold spell actually does arrive .Not much to ground yet here .

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Happy days farmer.  Had the same Craic today. New Land and got one and a couple was too ground 👍

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It's nice when it works out. just shows all hard work with keeping them down while the birds were young didn't take them long to move back in 

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4 hours ago, farmerkev09 said:

It's nice when it works out. just shows all hard work with keeping them down while the birds were young didn't take them long to move back in 

The was a load of wild geese over on these fields. The come on every year I'm told. I could see them their last year. I heard a bit of commotion from them as I was leaving. Amazing the way the site out and predators about and moving in 

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5 hours ago, peterhunter86 said:

Is it just me or are them trees full of leave's.

Fair play Sherlock ,well spotted .

So cynical mate .Your not suggesting they are road kill are you ,set up purposely to impress us lol.

Green leaves in November  .

Probably a trick of the light because no one would be that stupid surely .

Bit early down here for doubles ,usually around Xmas time ,just saying .

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Wouldn't surprise me nowadays that they'll be having young ones by Xmas now 

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10 hours ago, peterhunter86 said:

Is it just me or are them trees full of leave's.

Good spotting lol 

 

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