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Last spring one of my fields was used as a demo site for a new tractor. There were crowds of farmers having a go at ploughing :D Nice proper plough too.

Now if the viscous cows guarding the newly harvested field would move I can see if they brought anything up :pulling hair out:
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Oxgirl wrote: Mon Oct 25, 2021 6:28 pm Last spring one of my fields was used as a demo site for a new tractor. There were crowds of farmers having a go at ploughing :D Nice proper plough too.

Now if the viscous cows guarding the newly harvested field would move I can see if they brought anything up :pulling hair out:
Cath you only need to ask them to moo-ve! :lol:
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Oxgirl wrote: Mon Oct 25, 2021 6:28 pm Last spring one of my fields was used as a demo site for a new tractor. There were crowds of farmers having a go at ploughing :D Nice proper plough too.

Now if the viscous cows guarding the newly harvested field would move I can see if they brought anything up :pulling hair out:
I grew up in the country, all cows have an irrational fear of twiglets, it triggers something from where their ancestors used to be beaten with sticks.

Simply opening a bag of twiglets makes you safe from any cow, bullock or bull.

Good luck. :thumbsup:
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Jamesey1981 wrote: Mon Oct 25, 2021 8:04 pm Simply opening a bag of twiglets makes you safe from any cow, bullock or bull.

Good luck. :thumbsup:
Lol I'll try that along with full camo :Party:
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Uuuuh, looks like you also found loads of Roman tegula, or roof tile fragments.
Brilliant keep insisting on that site, something will turn up probably sooner than later.
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Rocketfella wrote: Tue Oct 26, 2021 9:33 am Uuuuh, looks like you also found loads of Roman tegula, or roof tile fragments.
Brilliant keep insisting on that site, something will turn up probably sooner than later.
Aye - the tegulae are quite numerous but the flue tiles not so much. Lots has turned up till now (metal-wise) - nearly 200 coins, just shy of 50 brooches, and all sorts of domestic artefacts - and altogether there's no question regarding Roman habitation :thumbsup:
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