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Huw 327983 301 Lime and coast either
Lime and coast
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third truck
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more
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The morning is misty and still. Ideal conditions for lime
spreading but not for taking photos I guess.
The tractor is a little NH TL100 on 30" twin wheels.

Here are a small batch of dry dairy cows being moved out of
the way
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Flat fields first
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another flat field.
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Same Titan 160 with light cultivator, just to break the
limeing sequence :-)
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Woops! It's too steep to climb up there :-\
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The field ploughed as seen in the Massey Ferguson section of
Farm Photo
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Hello Huw,

Interesting pics, as usual! How did he cope with the
spreader in that steep field?

Looking at it I am guessing you broke the ploughing down
with the Same & triple K.

cheers
Richard
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Back with another load
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High tide
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Did I post this one?
Next time I will cancel the date imprint on the camera.
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Hi Richard

The Same was only used on the bit where the lime spreader
failed to climb and on a big patch opposite the chalets
which is not shown in the photo's to clean the gorse roots
out of the ground. Otherwise it has had just one quick power
harrowing.

Here's another one. I think this one has a rowing boat. The
crew were rowing from New Quay to Aberaeron.
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A fishing boat. The picture taken from mid-way up the field
with a fair zoom.
There are more of the limeing but they are not much
different from the ones posted. I don't have broadband so
unless someone insists I will not post them.
The lime spreader had much difficulty spreading the slope as
it could not climb and had to climb diagonally. In places
both the tractor and spreader slipped sideways.
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Your pictures are some of the most beautiful and interesting
I have seen on farmphoto in a long time.

Thank you.
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Thanks Pete. Now that I have a few minutes, here's some
more.
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Cows don't want to move.
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more great landscape
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More of the steep bank. The trucks are up over the top and
the picture above is further over to the right over the top
and down the other side
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This picture was taken half way up the bank opposite and to
the left in the pictures in the 'MF7490 and overum' in the
MF tractors section of farmphoto.

The section in this photo is extremely steep with the bit
above the tractor to the access road being near vertical.
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The last one. Just to show that there is no flat bottom all
the way round the field. Nice boat too :-)
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I think I can see your farm from mine;-) I can see the
whole coast from about aberystwyth down to cardigan then
it gets to far away to see anything;-).
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Internash.

Could be. The World is a very small place. Even smaller with
this intrenetty thing.
You are either in the Llun Peninsula or maybe near Towyn? Am
I near?
If the mist lifts, look for the ploughed field :-D
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Got it first time;-) But i dont live in a picture:-) Its
"llyn" not "llun":-D Also "towyn" is next to llandudno;-)
You mean "tywyn". Sometimes You can see street lights or
sheep On the hills!
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