Cj Verde wrote:
Diogenese simpson wrote:If you YouTube "medieval monastery farm ". There is a really good look at how Elizabethan farmers in the UK worked , they had to be permies , they had no choice ,it show the use of tree hay, harvest for human consumption and the " waste " fed to animals , their system worked ,we are still here !
There are lots of BBC video on how farming was done before fertilizers and diesel supplied muscle , "Tales from the green valley" . "Victorian" /" Edwardian" farm series and right up to "wartime farm" (second world war )lots of i think accidental information that permies can use, after all it was supposed to be entertainment , watch with your permie hat on .
Yes those are all awesome. I started a few threads about them but it never sparked any interest.
Not a bad idea to save them to your HD.
David Livingston wrote:Firstly I am shocked that deasil costs more than petrol as its much cheaper than petrol here than France .mind you its 1.40 a litre
Secondly have you thought of a landrover a little one they go forever dont rust And are FWD I saw one used for ploughing once.