Trevor smith from kirbys has organised a demonstration of a Claas 830.
Freddy and Raymond are in the last field. Fingers crossed tomorrow we will have completed the 2015 sugar beet campaign.
Flailing the Ditch banks to find the land drains, with the jetter following behind. Land drainage map showing the length in metres of the drainage pipe and the outlets.
Raymond and Freddy are washing beet as it’s loaded to see the results on dirt tares. 20 ha left to harvest.
Sammy and Davey are getting old tile drains running on the Fen. There’s a lot of water about.
When cleaning out the cupboards we found grandfathers awards for showing the pigs. I spent a couple of hours with the stapler and decorated the end office.
British sugar very kindly came to site to see our harvesting operation and cleaner to help with dirt tare management. We did cleaning trails and harvester alterations. Trying reduce the dirt tares by 50% and average 3%. 100 acres of … Read More
The silos are coming down. After 50 years of service we see the end of the 3 * 100 tonne silos put in by grandfather. No more annual shovelling won’t be missed.