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Once Again The Lanarkshire

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 01:04 AM

once again the lanarkshire has made proposals to fly with the national
this will be arranged, if we hold onto the old transporter,
but i would like the national to buy it, if we have new transporters as there would only be 192 baskets per 2 trucks. and that would not be enough baskets but we have arranged for a race on one of those days the national will be found wanting

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 10:36 AM

Good thinking Danny but canny see it happening the Fed Transporters need Scrapped.
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Posted 6 January 2013 - 14:46 PM

View Postbudgie, on 6 January 2013 - 10:36 AM, said:

Good thinking Danny but canny see it happening the Fed Transporters need Scrapped.



this would be in the nationals best interest, to buy it and to get this trailer a mot
it would be better that than nothing, and with about £5,000 spent on it it could look like new
to get one like this now would set you back £18,000 for trailer and then you would have to get baskets at £300 a pop x200
= £60,000

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 16:48 PM

could the national no just hire another one

just from Lanarkshire point of view

dont see the point in us buying new transporters and then sending our doos tae the nationals in the old ones that we didny want in the first place ???????

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 17:27 PM

View PostCawdy, on 6 January 2013 - 16:48 PM, said:

could the national no just hire another one

just from Lanarkshire point of view

dont see the point in us buying new transporters and then sending our doos tae the nationals in the old ones that we didny want in the first place ???????



not unless they get use of ayrshire, if we have 2 new ones there is a race we decided to go it alone on a nat race day we will have to use our own transporter on that day
the nat will have to be freinds then with the midlands or beg some else that day, or southlanarkshire.

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 18:34 PM

Bigda being a fud ball as per usual

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 18:41 PM

View Postfrank-123, on 6 January 2013 - 18:34 PM, said:

Bigda being a fud ball as per usual



this will have no affect on you at all, but you can tell yer big pal all about it
and now that he has put his hat in the ring i await to see what progress has been made, taxi for frank Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image 123Posted Image

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:04 PM

View Postbigda, on 6 January 2013 - 18:41 PM, said:

this will have no affect on you at all, but you can tell yer big pal all about it
and now that he has put his hat in the ring i await to see what progress has been made, taxi for frank Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image 123Posted Image


Why don't you give it a rest you wanted new transporters and hopefully they will be delivered on time for the new season starting. Or do you just like knocking everything in the pigeon game

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:13 PM

View Postfrank-123, on 6 January 2013 - 18:04 PM, said:

Why don't you give it a rest you wanted new transporters and hopefully they will be delivered on time for the new season starting. Or do you just like knocking everything in the pigeon game

been reading this and think most are missing the point .

i think what bigda is saying is there is 2 new transporter comming
with 192 basketts between them , if the old transporters are scraped
there is not going to be enough room for lan and the snfc birds on the 2 new ones , to me its a valid point how can you convoy snfc if theres only room for lans own birds :emoticon-0138-thinking: :emoticon-0138-thinking:

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:20 PM

View Poststb-, on 6 January 2013 - 19:13 PM, said:

been reading this and think most are missing the point .

i think what bigda is saying is there is 2 new transporter comming
with 192 basketts between them , if the old transporters are scraped
there is not going to be enough room for lan and the snfc birds on the 2 new ones , to me its a valid point how can you convoy snfc if theres only room for lans own birds :emoticon-0138-thinking: :emoticon-0138-thinking:


when was the last time Lanarkshire and the snfc in total were over 5000 birds going to a national race ???

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:26 PM

It's not that long ago he said they had decided to do up the trailers the
Members AT the meeting voted on what they wanted and there is no one
Can change that outside an AGM..

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:29 PM

View Postfrank-123, on 6 January 2013 - 18:20 PM, said:

when was the last time Lanarkshire and the snfc in total were over 5000 birds going to a national race ???

192 x 22 = 3840 max depends on what races it is really

if any are inland nats there wont be room i wouldnt think

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:34 PM

View Poststb-, on 6 January 2013 - 19:29 PM, said:

192 x 22 = 3840 max depends on what races it is really

if any are inland nats there wont be room i wouldnt think


Lost me there Rab #
when Lanarkshire were duplicating into the national two years ago what was the birdage?
The snfc have a choice of Ayrshire, north west, midland....etc and now Lanarkshire transporters to rent why would there be a problem ?

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:36 PM

Let's just get 1 thing straight from the start the new transporters are will be Lanarkshires and nothing to do with the SNFC

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:40 PM

View PostALF, on 6 January 2013 - 19:36 PM, said:

Let's just get 1 thing straight from the start the new transporters are will be Lanarkshires and nothing to do with the SNFC


Correct Alan but only a fool would turn down rental money surely ?

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:40 PM

View Postfrank-123, on 6 January 2013 - 18:34 PM, said:

Lost me there Rab #
when Lanarkshire were duplicating into the national two years ago what was the birdage?
The snfc have a choice of Ayrshire, north west, midland....etc and now Lanarkshire transporters to rent why would there be a problem ?

if its the inland nats there will be 5000, plus how can you get that on 2 transporters that only hold 3840 birds , like the orginal post said
some other transporter will need to be used if the birdage is big.

on the other handbigda just because lan duplicate into snfc dosent mean the birds have to go on your new transporters , they might use others anyway .

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:42 PM

View Postfrank-123, on 6 January 2013 - 19:40 PM, said:

Correct Alan but only a fool would turn down rental money surely ?


True Frank but it will need to be better money than they have been paying i would think if they want to use state of the art transporters??

But then again :emoticon-0138-thinking:

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:43 PM

View Postbigda, on 6 January 2013 - 00:04 AM, said:

once again the lanarkshire has made proposals to fly with the national
this will be arranged, if we hold onto the old transporter,
but i would like the national to buy it, if we have new transporters as there would only be 192 baskets per 2 trucks. and that would not be enough baskets but we have arranged for a race on one of those days the national will be found wanting

dosent mean they will use lans new transporters does it ??they might want to use others

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:45 PM

View Poststb-, on 6 January 2013 - 19:40 PM, said:

if its the inland nats there will be 5000, plus how can you get that on 2 transporters that only hold 3840 birds , like the orginal post said
some other transporter will need to be used if the birdage is big.

on the other handbigda just because lan duplicate into snfc dosent mean the birds have to go on your new transporters , they might use others anyway .


3840 birds is that it?
well what was his original post for to cause bother? As per usual the SNFC will look after the transport just like they have done before Lanarkshire got new wagons

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Posted 6 January 2013 - 19:48 PM

View PostALF, on 6 January 2013 - 19:42 PM, said:

True Frank but it will need to be better money than they have been paying i would think if they want to use state of the art transporters??

But then again :emoticon-0138-thinking:


If they don't use ours they will be using the wagons that have served them well over the last few years. So beggars cant be choosers!

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