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  Has anybody got on thoughts/experience of udder flaming? I've heard its really good just a bit scard to do it,
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Did the whole herd on friday during afternoon milking, it works really well as long as they are dry and only takes a few seconds to do each cow. Be prepared for alot of mess tho as they don'y like the burning smell.

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Cheers, and how long does it last for?? sounds like I need my wet suit and goggles on!
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There was a heifer sold once and the auctioneer couldnt say her name he was laughing that much she was from Cogent it was Jabberwocky Fanny.
Put this in the wrong place its been a long week.

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There was a heifer sold once and the auctioneer couldnt say her name he was laughing that much she was from Cogent it was Jabberwocky Fanny



 emoticon Who'd have thought cattle auctions could be so much fun emoticon
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Mastitis is the single generally costly ailment to the dairy industry, adding to vast
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I need to get mine done soon, usually do it during the day NOT at milking time!!
I try to go for a clear day with a good breeze, and get the parlour as open as possible. Leaves a great finish though, don't be afraid of it!

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Just did the milkers yesterday, agree with above, cover the place in shite but hey its only one milking
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We do ours in the yokes!
Can leave the teats a little tender for a day, but about the only way to keep up on big numbers of cows today.
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