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 Post subject: Re: Harvest 2016
PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 8:42 am 
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Harvest is done here around Lincoln, with the exception of one rather large forward thinking progressive farming company that has over 600 acres of Linseed to cut.
It's dead as it was sprayed off in Aug many more weeks and it will have combined itself


The manager in charge of sprayering probably hasn't told the manager in charge of combinering that he sprayed off the linseed.
The director of everything probably don't even know they are growing linseed, not that he'll care now the shooting season has
started.
One of the combine operatives will mostly be revving up his forager so he can get the maize chopped before Christmas.

They'll probably end up direct drilling wheat into the linseed cos the manager in charge of drillering thought it was a cover crop.

Or i may be thinking of somewhwere else completely. :scratch:

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:11 am 
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Tel wrote:
Harvest is done here around Lincoln, with the exception of one rather large forward thinking progressive farming company that has over 600 acres of Linseed to cut.
It's dead as it was sprayed off in Aug many more weeks and it will have combined itself


The manager in charge of sprayering probably hasn't told the manager in charge of combinering that he sprayed off the linseed.
The director of everything probably don't even know they are growing linseed, not that he'll care now the shooting season has
started.
One of the combine operatives will mostly be revving up his forager so he can get the maize chopped before Christmas.

They'll probably end up direct drilling wheat into the linseed cos the manager in charge of drillering thought it was a cover crop.

Or i may be thinking of somewhwere else completely. :scratch:



Probably not. Sounds totally feasible................. :roll:

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:17 am 
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The new manager round these parts has gone away from modern techy stuff that was introduced by the previous (short-term) manager.
The results of the modern approach have been seen across the globe on a certain Youtube channel and showed that when others were parked up, the modern system allowed them to get some wheat in the ground and produce a decent crop at the end.

New boy apparently is warey and trusts the old method of spending tons on fuel while jamming round 20 times with the heaviest kit available.

Oh, and he tore into a contractor last week who was spreading fert on the 'wrong field' which he had marked on a map for them to spread and he then accused them of running on "delicate soil" which is college term for 'cultivated stubble'.
He got told to "Fuck off and stop talking like a twat you daft cunt" :lol: :lol:

Apparently he then complained to the drivers boss...

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:45 am 
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The new manager round these parts has gone away from modern techy stuff that was introduced by the previous (short-term) manager.
The results of the modern approach have been seen across the globe on a certain Youtube channel and showed that when others were parked up, the modern system allowed them to get some wheat in the ground and produce a decent crop at the end.

New boy apparently is warey and trusts the old method of spending tons on fuel while jamming round 20 times with the heaviest kit available.

Oh, and he tore into a contractor last week who was spreading fert on the 'wrong field' which he had marked on a map for them to spread and he then accused them of running on "delicate soil" which is college term for 'cultivated stubble'.
He got told to "Fuck off and stop talking like a twat you daft cunt" :lol: :lol:

Apparently he then complained to the drivers boss...


Who, one hopes, told him to 'Fuck off and stop talking like a twat, you daft cunt'. :D

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 9:49 am 
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graybo wrote:
Tel wrote:
Harvest is done here around Lincoln, with the exception of one rather large forward thinking progressive farming company that has over 600 acres of Linseed to cut.
It's dead as it was sprayed off in Aug many more weeks and it will have combined itself


The manager in charge of sprayering probably hasn't told the manager in charge of combinering that he sprayed off the linseed.
The director of everything probably don't even know they are growing linseed, not that he'll care now the shooting season has
started.
One of the combine operatives will mostly be revving up his forager so he can get the maize chopped before Christmas.

They'll probably end up direct drilling wheat into the linseed cos the manager in charge of drillering thought it was a cover crop.

Or i may be thinking of somewhwere else completely. :scratch:


I know of the company that you speaks of but this is another big expanding going backwards company, that might have relieved me of employment a while ago.
They have also managed to spread their triple resistant BG seed all over the land that never had it, that way it's consistent over the whole farmed area and they can treat it all the same


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Tel wrote:
graybo wrote:
Tel wrote:
Harvest is done here around Lincoln, with the exception of one rather large forward thinking progressive farming company that has over 600 acres of Linseed to cut.
It's dead as it was sprayed off in Aug many more weeks and it will have combined itself


The manager in charge of sprayering probably hasn't told the manager in charge of combinering that he sprayed off the linseed.
The director of everything probably don't even know they are growing linseed, not that he'll care now the shooting season has
started.
One of the combine operatives will mostly be revving up his forager so he can get the maize chopped before Christmas.

They'll probably end up direct drilling wheat into the linseed cos the manager in charge of drillering thought it was a cover crop.

Or i may be thinking of somewhwere else completely. :scratch:


I know of the company that you speaks of but this is another big expanding going backwards company, that might have relieved me of employment a while ago.
They have also managed to spread their triple resistant BG seed all over the land that never had it, that way it's consistent over the whole farmed area and they can treat it all the same


Now THATS forward thinking.................................. :roll:

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Coltheox wrote:
Tel wrote:
graybo wrote:
Tel wrote:
Harvest is done here around Lincoln, with the exception of one rather large forward thinking progressive farming company that has over 600 acres of Linseed to cut.
It's dead as it was sprayed off in Aug many more weeks and it will have combined itself


The manager in charge of sprayering probably hasn't told the manager in charge of combinering that he sprayed off the linseed.
The director of everything probably don't even know they are growing linseed, not that he'll care now the shooting season has
started.
One of the combine operatives will mostly be revving up his forager so he can get the maize chopped before Christmas.

They'll probably end up direct drilling wheat into the linseed cos the manager in charge of drillering thought it was a cover crop.

Or i may be thinking of somewhwere else completely. :scratch:


I know of the company that you speaks of but this is another big expanding going backwards company, that might have relieved me of employment a while ago.
They have also managed to spread their triple resistant BG seed all over the land that never had it, that way it's consistent over the whole farmed area and they can treat it all the same


Now THATS forward thinking.................................. :roll:


It seems Lincolncestershire is at the cutting edge............................of twattishness.

No wonder Tel is shipping out.

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