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  1. Cheers for the shout out you guys!!!
    After being out all night driving a rig and coming home in the afternoons in sometimes not too good a mood, you honestly do put a seriously friggin big smile on my rather ragged pathetic face lol!!!!!!Stay safe guys!!!!

  2. If you can find them you can hire them(but who would want to🤔) The Hay Team. Carnt work out who's B A or Murdock!!! You might find it easier mounting hedger on The Hay Team Van. Gm Vendura 👍😁

  3. I've never done it in a NH either but I'm sure if you're a contortionist there's a way!!
    How about making a bracket and wing nut it to the back of the passenger seat then if nothing else cable tying it like you had on the arm rest unless there are points to bolt it to the bracket. Bracket would need to be L shape turned 90°to the right.
    By the way I've never done it but just a thought,

  4. Yes I agree my trimmer never goes on or comes off the same way twice, every year it's a head scratcher .I also grow make horse hay ( on a small scale ) and am obsessed with growing grass so looking forward to picking up any tips ideas and seeing what you guys do .thanks

  5. Hello guys hope yous are keeping safe love the videos doing a mighty job just wondering how many hours you put on the tractors before u diside to change them

  6. Hi guys really enjoying your channel I found you through farmer Ps channel you have great content and your also funny and like a laugh. I found after going through your back catalogue of vides that I recognised were you are.I have a milking machine company and one of our customers Glen Coopers Farm is almost next door to your out farm small world aye keep the good content coming and a shout out would be great thanks Paul Snell

  7. Been there done that learnt the hard way. Put arm behind then have you heard of the manual? Works every times. Love the vids you pair are great characters. Great laughs

  8. Hi lads thanks for mention a bit of a Morecome and Wise moment doing all the right things but not necessary in the right order glad to see Adam using farmers favourite tool the good old Knocking Stick (as we call them in suffolk) you two keep up with the vids and you both take care

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