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 Post subject: Re: Future of dairying
PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:31 am 
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The BBC always scream about being fair, open and honest since their competition fixing, oh, and their presenters fucking underage kids but when it comes to honest, open journalism, they are a disgrace.
The entire corporation is run by left-wing, agenda driven twats.


Totally agree, LM.

Twice in one week..............................should I be worried????????????????? :roll:

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2016 1:10 pm 
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Coltheox wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The BBC always scream about being fair, open and honest since their competition fixing, oh, and their presenters fucking underage kids but when it comes to honest, open journalism, they are a disgrace.
The entire corporation is run by left-wing, agenda driven twats.


Totally agree, LM.

Twice in one week..............................should I be worried????????????????? :roll:

No, in fact I'd open up a bottle of something nice as its a positive sign that your retardation is starting to wear off :lol:

It just highlights how agenda driven and skewed our media is.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2016 1:16 pm 
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Lord Muck wrote:
Coltheox wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The BBC always scream about being fair, open and honest since their competition fixing, oh, and their presenters fucking underage kids but when it comes to honest, open journalism, they are a disgrace.
The entire corporation is run by left-wing, agenda driven twats.


Totally agree, LM.

Twice in one week..............................should I be worried????????????????? :roll:

No, in fact I'd open up a bottle of something nice as its a positive sign that your retardation is starting to wear off :lol:

It just highlights how agenda driven and skewed our media is.


What you forgot to mention is that a remarkably high proportion of the left-wing, agenda driven twats are also Lesbians. I'm told that working as a "normal" woman in the BBC is made quite difficult by the Lesbian mafia.


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RGSP wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
Coltheox wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The BBC always scream about being fair, open and honest since their competition fixing, oh, and their presenters fucking underage kids but when it comes to honest, open journalism, they are a disgrace.
The entire corporation is run by left-wing, agenda driven twats.


Totally agree, LM.

Twice in one week..............................should I be worried????????????????? :roll:

No, in fact I'd open up a bottle of something nice as its a positive sign that your retardation is starting to wear off :lol:

It just highlights how agenda driven and skewed our media is.


What you forgot to mention is that a remarkably high proportion of the left-wing, agenda driven twats are also Lesbians.

I took that as a given.

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I refer you to the second post


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The Squire wrote:
No-one see CountryFile last night?
Cattle theme! :o

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ttle-theme

Never usually watch it but Twitter exploded with public horrified that cows could be kept in sheds all year round! :roll:
... & then a bloke peddling FreeRangeDairy (cows grazing in summer) as if it's something that's rare & public should pay extra for it ... when 85% of British dairy farms operate that way anyway! :x


Wow cows eat grass, learn something every day.


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The Squire wrote:
No-one see CountryFile last night?
Cattle theme! :o

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ttle-theme

Never usually watch it but Twitter exploded with public horrified that cows could be kept in sheds all year round! :roll:
... & then a bloke peddling FreeRangeDairy (cows grazing in summer) as if it's something that's rare & public should pay extra for it ... when 85% of British dairy farms operate that way anyway! :x



One of the comments that stuck in my mind was from some twunt along the lines of 'the rotary milking parlour was horrible,like some machine from a dystopian nightmare,cows should be outside'

Even at milking time?get the nobber a bucket and a three legged stool in the corner of the field and I will start fetching them in and see how well that goes down.

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I seriously avoid watching the shit and that cunt Craven should have stuck to Newsround and Adam isn't doing anyone any favours wanking round in freebie and sponsored kit.

I only watch the countryside program with Paul Heiny as its real and interesting.

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Hardly watch BBC nowadays apart from rugby. Bring in pay per view. Get all I need on Web thanks to Cols recommendations.

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Hardly watch BBC nowadays apart from rugby. Bring in pay per view. Get all I need on Web thanks to Cols recommendations.


Glad to be of help.

At least my sites have tits worth looking at................... :D

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 1:19 pm 
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Lord Muck wrote:
The BBC always scream about being fair, open and honest since their competition fixing, oh, and their presenters fucking underage kids but when it comes to honest, open journalism, they are a disgrace.
The entire corporation is run by left-wing, agenda driven twats.




You didn't get that job there then?

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Lord Muck wrote:
The BBC always scream about being fair, open and honest since their competition fixing, oh, and their presenters fucking underage kids but when it comes to honest, open journalism, they are a disgrace.
The entire corporation is run by left-wing, agenda driven twats.




You didn't get that job there then?


Tw*t!!! :D

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 09, 2016 9:48 pm 
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No-one see CountryFile last night?
Cattle theme! :o

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... ttle-theme

Never usually watch it but Twitter exploded with public horrified that cows could be kept in sheds all year round! :roll:
... & then a bloke peddling FreeRangeDairy (cows grazing in summer) as if it's something that's rare & public should pay extra for it ... when 85% of British dairy farms operate that way anyway! :x


Wow cows eat grass, learn something every day.


The cows on the farm I worked at in Denmark didn't see any grass, let alone eat it. The diet consisted of sugarbeet pulp, sugarbeet leaf silage, ammonia treated wheat straw, molasses, brewers grains, and any other old Shyte the farmer could buy cheap (potatoes, vegetable waste etc)
The cows were tethered, and couldn't even walk about, just stand up and bit of kiddy fiddling. They were clean, and comfortable, I guess, but it was no way to keep a big beast like a dairy cow. Milk tasted all right though. I bet in a taste test, even the most confirmed animal rights libber couldn't tell the difference.

Happy to report that the dairy unit has now closed.

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Muller are threatening to close the Aberdeen processing plant , Nothing to worry about though as for 1.75 ppl they will still collect the milk and cart it 150 miles south to the next plant
jobs fairly well fukced


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Was on a farm today milking 1100 coos, all new setup, with plans to double that number. :scratch:
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Crap photo, but we reckoned that shed is about 1/4 mile long.

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