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Post by earlsinclare on Sat Oct 27 2012, 17:55

here is my latest addition to my shearing display.

here are some of the others

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Post by Abes on Sat Oct 27 2012, 18:21

Very nice mate and not seen on the ralley field very often in this format so a big intrest well done

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Post by earlsinclare on Sat Oct 27 2012, 18:29

i took them to ripley show in august, the travelling dancing sheep show was their so i got a lot of interest from the public after they had watched the show.
http://www.thesheepshow.co.uk/the_sheep_show.html
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Post by Abes on Sat Oct 27 2012, 18:36

Dancing Sheep lol you been on the ale again

earlsinclare wrote:i took them to ripley show in august, the travelling dancing sheep show was their so i got a lot of interest from the public after they had watched the show.
http://www.thesheepshow.co.uk/the_sheep_show.html
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dancing sheep

Post by earlsinclare on Sat Oct 27 2012, 18:41

they bring the show to the masham sheep fair in north yorkshire. its a must see. no beer needed.
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Post by Abes on Sat Oct 27 2012, 19:08

LOL had a look at the link did not see any dancing sheep though some of them are right lookers lol

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try this one

Post by earlsinclare on Sat Oct 27 2012, 19:15

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocStlR-BSjs
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Re: a new addition.

Post by matt86 on Sat Oct 27 2012, 19:43

ive seen these at Dorset in the past before .... tell you what i found funny was runner ducks herding up sheep ! Laughing Laughing

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Post by JONESEY on Sat Oct 27 2012, 19:47

Richard really nice collection, nice to see bygones with engines then people relate to what stuff was used for.
Keep the good work up
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Post by Foden on Sat Oct 27 2012, 20:10

I intend to sort out a shearing set up 'sometime' to make a change from dragging dairy stuff around Britain as some shows aren't too keen on it now. Got a few hand pieces and some vacuum clippers, plus an old hand powered Cooper-Stewart machine so one day I will be looking for an engine powered set up to go with one of my Lister D types that is redundant at present. One of the Lister Midhill outfits would be nice as well. Wink

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Post by hob on Sun Oct 28 2012, 08:24

i went to masham sheep fair once and a trip round the 2 brewery's nice place ........... Cool

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Re: a new addition.

Post by matt86 on Sun Oct 28 2012, 09:34

Foden wrote:I intend to sort out a shearing set up 'sometime' to make a change from dragging dairy stuff around Britain as some shows aren't too keen on it now. Got a few hand pieces and some vacuum clippers, plus an old hand powered Cooper-Stewart machine so one day I will be looking for an engine powered set up to go with one of my Lister D types that is redundant at present. One of the Lister Midhill outfits would be nice as well. Wink

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Pete i know 2 people who have a cooper sheering engines . I believe they originally from Australia or New Zealand . There a nice small compact and unusual engine . A vertical open crank hit and miss engine .... well doesnt look open crank . The crank is exposed if you turn the engine upside down for a look ... Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: a new addition.

Post by stationary stu on Sun Oct 28 2012, 11:38

That's a cracking display Richard and the cases set them of well, you just need a few sheep to demonstrate on now Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: a new addition.

Post by Foden on Sun Oct 28 2012, 17:41

matt86 wrote:

Pete i know 2 people who have a cooper sheering engines . I believe they originally from Australia or New Zealand . There a nice small compact and unusual engine . A vertical open crank hit and miss engine .... well doesnt look open crank . The crank is exposed if you turn the engine upside down for a look ... Laughing Laughing Laughing

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They must be Australian then if they work upside down Matt................ Smile I have heard of them but I think that I will stick with a Lister D type, I like my engines nice and straightforward! Wink

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Re: a new addition.

Post by seniorengineers on Sat Nov 03 2012, 09:44

stationary stu wrote:That's a cracking display Richard and the cases set them of well, you just need a few sheep to demonstrate on now Laughing Laughing Laughing

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MMhh, sounds a tad sheepish to me, you could get the wool pulled over yer eye's, or even baaaa'd. ha. lol! lol! lol! David.

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Post by stationary stu on Sat Nov 03 2012, 11:14

Your back then David as soon as sheep are mentioned, now what can we work out from that lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

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Post by seniorengineers on Sat Nov 03 2012, 21:40

stationary stu wrote:Your back then David as soon as sheep are mentioned, now what can we work out from that lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

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yeh, well what can i say to that when i be surrounded in the ruddy wooly jumpers. bounce bounce affraid lol! lol! been off air for a while as i been a tad busy, so thought i would see what i could comment on, seems i got noticed, haha lol! lol! David

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Post by stationary stu on Sun Nov 04 2012, 11:47

Nothing gets past me David, Laughing Laughing Laughing how you getting on with that big Ruston? you need to sort out a new thread for it so we can follow you and not take over other threads, (sorry Richard) :offtopic[1]:

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Post by seniorengineers on Sun Nov 04 2012, 16:06

stationary stu wrote:Nothing gets past me David, Laughing Laughing Laughing how you getting on with that big Ruston? you need to sort out a new thread for it so we can follow you and not take over other threads, (sorry Richard) :offtopic[1]:

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Hi Stu,
To be honest, I have done now't wi'it as of yet. still under cover on me trailor. Weather has not been favourable, to say the least, but i'm hoping to find a building to put it, and the other trailor i am still building, as unable to work on it outside, besides, I have been a tad busy with radiator work, and I am still doing some hgv work. that is the reason for me not being on here much of late, but, "yes", I will set up a thread on progress, when I get things sorted, cheers David.

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