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65 - Vol 17 - Issue 1 - Spring 2008

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This issue has 48 genuine ideas for cost cutting on all types of farm. You'll find something better and different on every page, whether it's a cow back scratcher that also applies fly repellant; a 4m cultivator for light and medium land that is really low draught; how to properly ressurect McConnel or other hedge trimmers instead of replacing them; and, for those interested in green energy, a home built hydro-electric system which has sold £1/4m to the grid over the past ten years, supplying juice for around 80 homes. Practical Farm Ideas carries no advertising, yet at £3.45 costs no more than other quality farming magazines.


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