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Milking time

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Saturday September 14, 2013

Tudweiliog, United Kingdom

Caption: This herd is about 800 strong Jersey, Friesian cross called Jersians.

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6. nanapoo
4:01 PM GMT on September 15, 2013
Totally agree Peter and Dave! Same thing going on here in the U.S. Makes me sad and angry.
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5. WurzelDave
12:29 PM GMT on September 15, 2013
Meanwhile the supermarkets etc get rich off it.
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4. Cowgazer
9:59 PM GMT on September 14, 2013
Thanks for the comments, yes I would love to take a closer look, but they have a strict no access policy. However I am working on that and hopefully I will be allowed a close up view, haven't felt like getting too close to it for almost 10 years now, but time heals. Yes Dave I think that things are changing and the balance of power is shifting back towards the farmers, maybe next year they will break through the 30 pence a litre barrier. Put it into context we were getting 24.4 ppl in 1994 that dropped to 16 ppl when we finished in 2004.
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3. WurzelDave
8:22 PM GMT on September 14, 2013
Bet that took a while to milk that lot. Farmers where i live have blockaded the local supermarket distribution center over milk prices.
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2. nanapoo
5:10 PM GMT on September 14, 2013
Bet you were itching to go help with the milking! Nice agri shot of a beautiful tidy dairy! I learned about a new breed "Jersians". Thanks for sharing this info Peter!
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1. Danube
9:07 AM GMT on September 14, 2013
Nice photo!
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Cowgazer

I am Peter, brought up in the center of Manchester, UK. But was a square peg in a round hole there, worked 33 years as stockman in dairy farming then made redundant. Luckily got a job managing a garden nursery for a couple of years, but had to leave as tenancy came to an end. Couldn't find work so relocated to Wales and am now a self-employed gardener, great move, good things come out of hard times. Digital tech has made photography affordable to me and I love it, compliments my walking and Birdwatching. At present on a steep learning curve, new things are always good, stretch your mind and keep you sane-ish.

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