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  Topic: What should I use to treat the inside of a coop?
Brownbear

Replies: 15
Views: 9275
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 12:08 pm   Subject: What should I use to treat the inside of a coop?
Which Mole Valley as ours would only sell it in 25l drums

In the store, at Cullompton. A week ago.

I think the farm supplies delivery people have different stocks to the showrooms.
  Topic: What should I use to treat the inside of a coop?
Brownbear

Replies: 15
Views: 9275
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 11:45 am   Subject: What should I use to treat the inside of a coop?
I buy 5-litre containers of creosote at Mole Valley for some piffling sum. Definitely the best (according to the chicken fiends I know) for the purpose.
  Topic: Libyan crisis, rising oil price, and over-due realism
Brownbear

Replies: 116
Views: 96106
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 11:27 am   Subject: Libyan crisis, rising oil price, and over-due realism
tax out-of-town shopping parking spaces to create parity on parking costs with city centres

Stop being a big Nancy. Burn these Palaces of Hell to the ground, scatter salt among the ruins, and then ...
  Topic: Libyan crisis, rising oil price, and over-due realism
Brownbear

Replies: 116
Views: 96106
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 11:03 am   Subject: Libyan crisis, rising oil price, and over-due realism
Announce no rise in limit.

Tax on company car parking spaces.

Tax relief on home-working technology.

No more out-of-town shopping centres.
  Topic: Libyan crisis, rising oil price, and over-due realism
Brownbear

Replies: 116
Views: 96106
PostForum: Energy Efficiency and Construction/Major Projects   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 10:34 am   Subject: Libyan crisis, rising oil price, and over-due realism
Road safety should never be the one deciding factor, nor should price, environment, economy etc.

It should be a matter of balancing various factors. Personally, I think it would be better to set a ...
  Topic: Thread update
Brownbear

Replies: 9
Views: 3818
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 9:42 am   Subject: Thread update
With all due repect

And there's another one. Why bother to say it when its blatantly obvious it's something you don't mean.

Yeah but it's against the rules to be honest.
  Topic: where to get nice hand tools?
Brownbear

Replies: 39
Views: 55858
PostForum: Seasonal and Frugal Shopping   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 9:37 am   Subject: where to get nice hand tools?
Just had a quick look on a couple of sites, here's what I would get in your position, along with the vice above (and for his first project, he can make hardwood plates to line the jaws of the vice wit ...
  Topic: where to get nice hand tools?
Brownbear

Replies: 39
Views: 55858
PostForum: Seasonal and Frugal Shopping   Posted: Sun Mar 06, 11 8:21 am   Subject: where to get nice hand tools?
Having thought a bit, you could just get a sturdy pine table - it's hard even to give them away at the moment, they're going for a few quid on Ebay - with a vice attached, something like this:

http ...
  Topic: My cat is severely allergic to something
Brownbear

Replies: 17
Views: 13642
PostForum: Livestock and Pets   Posted: Sat Mar 05, 11 10:40 am   Subject: My cat is severely allergic to something
You could change her diet and see if that makes a difference. I would have thought it was more likely to have an environmental cause, unless it's mange or something. Many foxes round your way?
  Topic: My cat is severely allergic to something
Brownbear

Replies: 17
Views: 13642
PostForum: Livestock and Pets   Posted: Sat Mar 05, 11 10:33 am   Subject: My cat is severely allergic to something
Have you or someone near to you been spraying pesticides etc?
  Topic: where to get nice hand tools?
Brownbear

Replies: 39
Views: 55858
PostForum: Seasonal and Frugal Shopping   Posted: Sat Mar 05, 11 9:11 am   Subject: where to get nice hand tools?
The easiest type of trestle would be just a very basic frame of 2x2, with some 3x1 across the top.

Good chance to practice cutting, measuring, drilling, screwing.
  Topic: where to get nice hand tools?
Brownbear

Replies: 39
Views: 55858
PostForum: Seasonal and Frugal Shopping   Posted: Sat Mar 05, 11 8:16 am   Subject: where to get nice hand tools?
Rutlands have a nice bench on offer:

http://www.rutlands.co.uk/cgi-bin/psProdDet.cgi/DK2600
  Topic: where to get nice hand tools?
Brownbear

Replies: 39
Views: 55858
PostForum: Seasonal and Frugal Shopping   Posted: Sat Mar 05, 11 6:55 am   Subject: where to get nice hand tools?
Edged tools, even power tools, are perfectly safe if used properly. The first thing, I suggest, is to find some simple projects he can do and then choose the tools he needs to make them.

As far as ...
  Topic: Personal insults
Brownbear

Replies: 113
Views: 530293
PostForum: Site guidelines, Announcements, Problems and Suggestions   Posted: Fri Mar 04, 11 8:26 pm   Subject: Personal insults
Knitted filth.

Excellent.
  Topic: Personal insults
Brownbear

Replies: 113
Views: 530293
PostForum: Site guidelines, Announcements, Problems and Suggestions   Posted: Fri Mar 04, 11 4:07 pm   Subject: Personal insults
It's just possible that seeing membership of a forum as a competition is slightly odd....

Belonging to a forum is slightly odd. Giving enough of a hoot about the opinions of other random strangers ...
 
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