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  1. Is your street steep then?
    4 points
  2. Just another pic , pinpointed the break out artists and sold em off. Toolk all of 15min from getting the herd in to,sorting and loading, basically just walked in the trailer, kinda boring actually,makes me miss the days when I was jumping up the side of the catch pen as a pissed off ole cow came charging . But what can ya do,changing times and all Brought pretty decent for just four.
    3 points
  3. I don't have an opinion either way on whether big cats are resident or not in the UK, but can say that over here where i hunt, there is a (supposedly) fairly large population of cougars (mountain lion). In the 9years i have been here, I have never seen one in the flesh, and no one i hunt with has, and some of those lads have hunted around there for 35 years. I have ran 4 game cameras on and off for the last 5 years and never had a photo of one either, and never seen one dead on the road. But they are around, the lads that hunt / tree them with dogs get them, the ranchers lose cattle to them,
    3 points
  4. Hope she makes a good recovery Sometimes it's easier when it's us rather than loved ones who are ill, the feeling of helplessness is pretty shite.
    2 points
  5. Couple of weeks back, the whole household copped for that Norovirus.....we all had it years ago and anyone who has had it knows it’s like a mixture of food poisoning and flu. Anyway, it’s shite. My little lad got it very mild, 1 day and fine, same for the older boy, same for the older daughter, I had it pretty bad for about 5 days but my wife and younger daughter were absolutely destroyed for 10 days, both lost a stone and both couldn’t get out of bed. In 25 years my wife has never had more than a day bedridden, even after 2 C sections. They both had the flu jab this year a
    2 points
  6. Just when you think there is an end in sight and your about to get your freedoms back
    2 points
  7. The key phrase there is the first one. Respect each individuals choice, simple as that really. Throughout the whole last year that has been my issue we have no option but to swallow the whole thing and if you dared question it you wanted to kill your own granny etc. Once everyone has been offered a vaccine that should be it, over. It’s the up to you how to live your own life again. If that’s means getting vaccinated brilliant but people shouldn’t be coerced and bullied into taking it if they don’t want to.
    2 points
  8. SEAN NOT SIMON BLOODY ROOKYS
    1 point
  9. Yeah, it ruins you don’t it mate. I lost half a stone (which was no loss to be honest ! Lol) but luckily no lasting effects but I have heard that about a few people who have had it mate.....it’s pretty savage when it gets hold of you.
    1 point
  10. I had that norovirus 18 month ago and it hammerd me into having time off for sickness for the first time in 10years and tbh my guts haven't seemed the same since regarding what i eat and drink.
    1 point
  11. Popped up to one of my rabbit permissions last night just to to see what the numbers were like , disappointed as there wasnt much about . Expected to see lots of young bunnies but nothing , even the pregnant does I shot weren't that far on . I'm sure it will change over the next month though. Started off taking a rook off a fresh barley drilling followed by a rat with a large abscess on its side. Saw plenty hares, mallard, geese but not many rabbits On dusk I popped back to where I shot the rat as the holes in the hedgerow were well used and ended up having some great fun zapping the long
    1 point
  12. Obviously your nieve to my stock butt my longdogs do the talking perhaps you need to read the forums on me son bye
    1 point
  13. Be getting a trail cam set up there for a better look
    1 point
  14. A chap at work who is in his 60s and has never had a day off sick in the 7 year's he has worked their and is has fit as a fiddle for his age since having the first jab in March he has had cold like symptoms and headaches' on a regular basis he is 100pct convinced the vaccine has messed his immune system up.
    1 point
  15. She should be ok mate.she went to the doctors.diagnosed stomach viral infection..real diagnosis in the hospital..stomach full of blood and around organs..blood clots in the stomach and lungs..very enlarged spleen.. surgeon told her yesterday he can't believe she is still alive they talking blood transfusions etc.. That doctors misdiagnosis could of killed the wife..some doctor ey
    1 point
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  17. After trying for the best part of six months different frames, bands, ammo, fork hits and not to mention two nasty knuckle strikes ive turned a corner! My final try was a scout copy frame before chucking it all in ha, so tonight with the new frame fitted up with celtic catty .75 on a 20/15 taper 9.5 steel i am destroying red bull cans at 10 out to 15 metres Excellent frame and bands and just seems to fit, so if you are a new comer like me try different set ups it may take awhile but i got there in the end, highly addictive is this catty lark
    1 point
  18. Nothing in comparison to you lot, just a shot from the back door, 9 eggs in the nest 6 hatched 5 survived so far
    1 point
  19. They tiny and well over priced..
    1 point
  20. Apparently it's different for different artists too. Asked my buddy who raps Ina studio as a hobby and he says some do it so they can hear certain beats or instruments better. And so do it so they don't hear anything at all which helps them preform better
    1 point
  21. Go forth and multiply Mitch........................................even if it's true
    1 point
  22. Guinness, he turning into a fair lump of a dog starting to find his feet now
    1 point
  23. No that's some cat mate you wouldn't want that stalking you..
    1 point
  24. Thats why i said across the board dmd, all should be treated equally. No special favours
    1 point
  25. All those prisoners that got released under the Good Friday Agreement had their day in court and got sentenced. The solders never and were protected by the state. There is no moral high ground here wilf just because those men had a uniform on, they murdered completely innocent people and should of been held accountable a long time ago.
    1 point
  26. Wouldn't bother pal better breeding from worker to worker
    1 point
  27. There isn't an Irish problem in Britain. There is a British problem in Ireland. Always remember that wilf because its a fact that can't be denied.
    1 point
  28. Equal treatment and trial for all across the board no special treatments for those convicted of unlawful murder, on the run letter pardons scrapped and the return to jail of thise who got out early, stormont scrapped as sinn fein will all end up back in jail again too and go back to direct rule. Trust me wilf the state played a real dirtygame and need to andwer for their crimes here too, but i dint beileve that the shinners witch hunt on the british army is fair as they want get out of jail free cards for all their members, which is totally wrong. But they want to rewrite the history here too,
    1 point
  29. I'm returning to the breeding post im awaiting two well bred Irish greyhounds imported by a big mate of mine who i e known for over 30 odd years fingers crossed I will endeavour to prevail a new bloodline of whippet x greyhounds longdogs.They will e bred to the very best coursing whippet in order to breed and subsequently produce some of the best material one can possibly imagine.
    1 point
  30. She spoils me Cheers, D.
    1 point
  31. From greggs them lol
    1 point
  32. Duck with Dauphinoise Potatoes and veg. Cheers Arry
    1 point
  33. I fully respect lads choice about the vaccine, let me just say that for a start......long as the same courtesy is extended. What I will say is this, I was talking to a pal earlier who’s wife has just died (not Covid related) and he was telling me the vicar had been round to talk over the service. Vicar was telling him that normally he will do about 40 to 60 funerals a year, last year he did 104 ! My pal has also had to wait a month to bury his wife because the funeral directors have so much of a backlog ! I don’t know about DNA or RNA or any of that, I know my circumstan
    1 point
  34. Tonight’s tea, all washed down with a gold
    1 point
  35. just been to pick the wifes car up from our mot garage ....me and the wife are pally with the owner and his wife...turns out hes is one of those that had a very bad recation to the jab.....nearly killed him....was ill within a few hours of the jab...and ended up in hospital with blood clots was in a week or more ....at deaths door ... he out now and on the mend ....but the docs fear there could be long lasting comlications ....he still cant feel his toes and some other other bits...also there was something else im sure he was told by this consultant that they think its changed his RNA .
    1 point
  36. Thanks mate very much appreciated wish I could see a few more lol
    1 point
  37. Bridge camera, less than £200, and I'm no photographer (as I've displayed many times ) Cheers, D.
    1 point
  38. No its real rocky under ground ,its flint rock and its every where up central ,that and knee high thyme on the steep unworked ground .Also its fair to say even when its possible to dig the wire in ,they don't ,so in some cases its nothing more than bad practice . On the smaller blocks the mower hits the wire ,breaking a single wire down at ground level ,that's all it takes ,since its down at rabbit level they soon find & use this to move out to feed .I feel shuting them out ,does nothing to effect the population ,they just build up next door & breach the fence sooner or later .Drives
    1 point
  39. To right it is mate..you can see his tounge in the classic thinking mode aswell I do excately the same thing if I'm making something in the garage and concentrating a bit
    1 point
  40. Looks like I just got a pretty good bite myself, no bread needed
    1 point
  41. I can definitely see your point. With me it was the complete opposite though, I only started ferreting because I had working bred dogs and thought that taking them ferreting would add to their repertoire. Most people are put off certain dog breeds when the breed books mention how much walking they need whereas I'd ignore anything that didn't need a decent walk. The only reason I stopped ferreting was because my permission lost its rabbits as it was gradually covered with multiple housing estates. Now I've retired, so I've gone back to what I did when I was younger...just walking a lot. It's
    1 point
  42. Here lal Ruby, she definitely going to have a bit of speed about her she a nice bitch
    1 point
  43. Thinking with the wrong head
    1 point
  44. I dont put myself in that position fireman i always have something theres 4 of is dig together and everyone has at least a pair of digging dogs or more in the yard or dogs just started or ready to start at the so its spread out as even as possible.
    1 point
  45. Old B.S.A. Meteor my brother gave me to shoot rats at the allotment; A wipe over with an oily rag, new breach seal, and it's doing the job ! Cheers.
    1 point
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