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So it's been a bit slow the lads have been coming hear and there to do bits to the new cow shed. It's OK as long as its finished before silage time as were hoping to make as much hay this year and store it in the top end of the shed. 20210511_200310.thumb.jpg.302d044b3d29b63337626d7b532fcf03.jpg20210511_200301.thumb.jpg.e32f7f8283176c9097ddb51ccd24354b.jpg20210511_200231.thumb.jpg.24de23c9fdab7e5a2de0a7ff67a8963e.jpg20210511_200213.thumb.jpg.c4c4676724518e531aba24f893c59b39.jpg20210511_200154.thumb.jpg.dda52ba425afbe522ad548c04c32accd.jpg

Had to clean the cows out in the yard the other day used the skidsteer and just loaded it straight into the spreader and away with it. As it's still cold up here in Cumbria the grass still hasn't started to grow. No meadows are empty yet. So still ok to get that muck out. 



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