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Drilling onions in model farm land.


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We were abit late getting the onions in this year due to the damp spring but finely got the drill going on the 13th of September,a month later than normal. :-\

This years onions all bond for the UK,went in after potatoes so the ground was nice and free.

Drying the ground out with the grubber and harrow earlyer in the week.

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Pushing down a few compaction colds.

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very nice, what are you useing for soil looks good :) :)

Sand mate.

There's alot of effort being put into your models and photo's of late Ol. Credit where credit's due, it's working out a treat. Hope we keep being treated by your work :)

Thanks Tris,Just gotta keep at th models to improve hey. :)

I like the open cab on the Britains Fiat. I did something similar on a L85 I had but then changed it to a proper cab when i picked one up from Spalding, wish I had left it as it was now. Great pictures, tell those lazy gits to get back in their tractors. ;D

Hard to get good help these days hey mate.

Nice work Ol........Fiat looks great in that setup........ :);)

Looking good mate, Fiat looks spot on in the field.  :);)

Young lads have good taste.

great models are most of he machines home made

Yes,I'm too cheap to buy them.
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