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  1. thanks for the reply iamwoody. send me a txt if you are able with an address and time that suits you for me to collect..ron
  2. what have you got all together iamwoody and how much are you looking at ,plus where abouts are you
  3. Does anyone on here have any chicken feeders or water bottles (or any other suitable equipment) that are no longer needed and willing to sell. we are in process of getting 6 hens on our allotment and need a few items.Please message me if you are able to help.Include what you have and how much you are wanting.. Thanks for looking..Ron
  4. Thanks for the info Janus, any idea how much they charge for 20 litres ?
  5. Thanks for the advice Chez2. My initial request was probably worded incorrectly.I have a proper coup which has not been erected yet but is on site on my allotment..The plastic/polycarbonate is for the roof of a aluminium greenhouse frame which will serve as a covered run attached to the wooden coup.The walls of the greenhouse are 1" square strong wire mesh attached from ground level and hopefully join where the plastic comes down from the apex to slightly over hang the mesh.The base of the run is brick lined and breeze block walled..It will give me slightly over 36 sq feet of area for the chickens plus the shed.I,m still on the look out for the plastic sheets approx 60cm/2 feet wide .Ideally a minimum of 5ft in length.plus if anyone has any decent lengths of 1" square strong wiring..please contact me...regards Ron
  6. Does anyone have any flexible plastic sheeting or polycarbonate sheeting I am looking for some to cover the roof of an aluminium greenhouse that will be converted into a chicken coup I need at least 6 pieces 60cm (2 feet ) wide by 150cm (approx 5ft) long no problems if they are bigger, I will cut them down to size Please pm me with what you have and what you want for them Thanks for looking Ron
  7. Thanks for the reply rudds, i,ll give them a bell
  8. anyone got a good local source for paraffin, Needed for my polytunnel heater
  9. my peugeot is petrol and costs me £300 a year road tax, my yeti is diesel low emitions and costs me £30 a year road tax but even though the skoda is better for the environment I still pay more for the diesel fuel than many petrol car owners pay for their petrol
  10. I had one of them craig, was a beautiful metalic mid green with beige leather interior..enjoy it
  11. Thanks berty, appreciate the effort ---------- Post added 14-06-2018 at 19:23 ---------- just a quick heads up for you all, my friend was very fortunate and received a call from a lady last night to say his parakeet was on the ladies decking and looking very forlorn and tired. my friend collected his bird and is very pleased to have it back..thank you all for your interest...ron
  12. hiya berty, my friend was taking it to the vets when he stumbled and the cage door sprung open, he,s told peaks about it too and been down there most of the day wondering round..the funny side of it is, he calls his parakeet "pretty boy", so i can imagine the looks he,s been getting when he,s been calling out the birds name
  13. Please keep your eyes open if you are around the chrystal peaks shopping area..My friend has lost his australian parakeet while on his way to the vets..Its green and yellow with a red chest..please p.m me if you spot it...thanks for looking
  14. agree with you on the fresh veg moonbird, not too much fruit though.Either lettuce thats fresh and been soaked in water or even better cucumber, plenty of moisture and vitamins
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