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Best Lurpak butter at the COOP 2 X 250G for £3 or super price £2.70
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Best Lurpak butter at the COOP 2 X 250G for £3 or super price £2.70. To get the super price use your NUS extra card minus 10% (30p) block of butter £1.35
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jnigel264 h, 10 m ago

Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as …Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as the cheapest butter you can find unbranded - LOOK at the label and read the ingredients when buying butter. Majority will be 82 per cent butter. That's NOT butter, real butter is Irish or imo CORNISH or DEVON. Take Trewithen Cornish Butter (ALDI sell it too!) it's 92.2 per cent BUTTER! Not 80 or around that figure.The scared of 'fat'... arghhh 'fat!' brigade won't eat it, but that's probably because they are obese from eating anything but butter, they'd rather eat 'spreads' - oh dear, have you read the ingredients list in a spread? Ugh! It's as long as your arm! People have been scared to death of 'fat' since so-called 'healthy eating' began about 20 odd years ago and what has happened since people have been put off of 'fat'? They've all got fatter! Isn't that funny. You couldn't make it up.Anchor butter is no longer from NZ, it's made by Arla. Think about it, would you pay a premium price for Lurpak or Anchor if it said 'Arla Butter'? Of course you wouldn't, but that is exactly what you are doing. If you like butter, and I mean 'real' butter, pop into Aldi and get some Trewithen Cornish Butter and see what you've been missing. And you'll have some change to put back in your pocket. It's gone up (like all butter - nothing to do with Brexit. At all!) but not by a lot. Try it and then realise how you have been brainwashed. My neighbour swears by Anchor and still thinks it comes from New Zealand. Idiot. But then he moans about everything including Brexit. He voted Remain. What a surprise! [Image]


How about getting it right Trewithen is made with cow's milk and salt, and contains 80% fat. Just the same as all premium butters. You may like it, but it contains most of the same stuff as all butters. Of course butters do taste differently, but that's just what you prefer. Of course. If you want more fat forgo the salt and fat content rises to circa 82%.
Edited by: "compadre" 6th Feb
Lurpak is made in Denmark,Anchor is made in Wiltshire.
Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as the cheapest butter you can find unbranded - LOOK at the label and read the ingredients when buying butter. Majority will be 82 per cent butter. That's NOT butter, real butter is Irish or imo CORNISH or DEVON. Take Trewithen Cornish Butter (ALDI sell it too!) it's 92.2 per cent BUTTER! Not 80 or around that figure.

The scared of 'fat'... arghhh 'fat!' brigade won't eat it, but that's probably because they are obese from eating anything but butter, they'd rather eat 'spreads' - oh dear, have you read the ingredients list in a spread? Ugh! It's as long as your arm! People have been scared to death of 'fat' since so-called 'healthy eating' began about 20 odd years ago and what has happened since people have been put off of 'fat'? They've all got fatter! Isn't that funny. You couldn't make it up.
Anchor butter is no longer from NZ, it's made by Arla. Think about it, would you pay a premium price for Lurpak or Anchor if it said 'Arla Butter'? Of course you wouldn't, but that is exactly what you are doing.
If you like butter, and I mean 'real' butter, pop into Aldi and get some Trewithen Cornish Butter and see what you've been missing. And you'll have some change to put back in your pocket. It's gone up (like all butter - nothing to do with Brexit. At all!) but not by a lot. Try it and then realise how you have been brainwashed. My neighbour swears by Anchor and still thinks it comes from New Zealand. Idiot. But then he moans about everything including Brexit. He voted Remain.
What a surprise!


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britboy2814 h, 43 m ago

Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU …Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU diary products. It imported a fair amount of EU diary (30%+). This essentially dumped a ton of diary products in the EU which made it all super cheap a few years back (I think it was 85p for a 250g block of butter). So the EU intervened, and got it completely wrong. Now we have an under production which has pretty much doubled the price of the likes of Butter.


Butter prices have gone up worldwide. Not just the EU. I have family in Australia and the prices there have doubled.
squiby23 h, 29 m ago

Just as stunned as I was on the 24th June 2016


Yawn. The price of butter is nothing whatsoever to do with Brexit. It’s gone up by that much around the world. It’s to do with a major shortage of the part of milk that makes butter. Keep blaming it on Brexit though.
Laphroaig  Whisky 70cl  £18.75 instore Coop - Hendricks Gin, Russian Std Vodka also reduced
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Glasgow store. Tbh I'm doubtful it would be in all stores so I wouldn't make a special trip but if you're passing your local Coop it might be worth popping in to see if they have … Read more
A great whisky if you like the taste of a burned down coal shed doused in TCP.
Called the Co-op. Unfortunately it's an 85 mile drive for me to the nearest store that stocks. Still, heat added. Cracking price.
The peatiest of peaty! I'll check my local coop too.
a lot of heat for no one else to have found it in any other store though
Sourz @ £5.35


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Co-op 3 for 2 wrapping paper 20p plus its still on 3 for 2 so 9 rolls for £1.20 !!!
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Wrapping papper down to 20p a roll plus its still on 3 for 2 so 9 rolls for 1.20 !!! In co-op dont forget to use membership card to get 5% back
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Caveman201412th Jan

You buying someone a house this year! Or just have a waltons family


yes to bloody many lol
villians198411th Jan

You mean loft lol


No it's not a living space with fixed staircase, I have to lug the bloody ladder there when I want a visit
Newcastle market street had plenty in today, heat
Be careful which co-op you go to. There's The Co-Operative Chelmsford Star and then there's East of England Co-Op. They're different stores, and will often have different deals on- might be worth checking before making a special trip
little_deal_minx6 h, 35 m ago

Aw man, just paid 50p each on a whole load of rolls in Tesco



50p still a good price. I just got some today. Boots is £1.25 which seemed a good price yesterday.
Samsung UE49MU7000 49" 4K Ultra HD TV - £679 with Code at Coop Electrical
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Use Code PCT50 for £50 off the stated £729 price (which by itself seems to be the cheapest available price anyway). Apparently this has HDR 1000
A good review for the 55" version, hopefully they're very similar in terms of panel! hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm
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Anyone know the difference between this and a UEKS7000?
a1231238th Jan

Starts tomorrow and ends friday so its upon us. Whether they cut prices on …Starts tomorrow and ends friday so its upon us. Whether they cut prices on anything in this time frame I dont know but probably worth waiting until the end of next week to see if theres any movement because im sure other people are holding back as well.


Currys sale lasts till the end of January so I've got three weeks till I pull the trigger, although the MU7000 65" seems to have sold out I can still get the MU7070 which is the basically same.... this buying a big screen is stressing me out, still not sure if I want 65" or go the for maximum cinema experience with 75". I can't handle this.
Agahnim110 h, 1 m ago

Me too. I’ve only got about 14 days left on the price match. When’s CES? Th …Me too. I’ve only got about 14 days left on the price match. When’s CES? Thanks


Starts tomorrow and ends friday so its upon us. Whether they cut prices on anything in this time frame I dont know but probably worth waiting until the end of next week to see if theres any movement because im sure other people are holding back as well.
a1231237 h, 59 m ago

Ive still got the 55MU7000 on hold with a £699 price match with JL.Ill …Ive still got the 55MU7000 on hold with a £699 price match with JL.Ill wait till after CES and if nothing else moves in price im going to buy this TV.For the money its great value.


Me too. I’ve only got about 14 days left on the price match. When’s CES? Thanks
Updated 25th Jan: Sony 65"  KD65XE9005BU TV £1469 @ COOP Electrical using voucher code CP80
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
*Updated 25th Jan - slightly cheaper using code CP80* Cheapest it has been. Includes 5 year warranty Use voucher code CP80 to get it to the price above down from £1548. Produc… Read more
Really can't make my mind up. Trying to decide between this and the Samsung 65MU8000. Couple of hundred quid in it... any advice? Can't decide...
MIDURIX30th Dec 2017

You know the model up Sony X93 isn't FALD it's edge lit, so Sony …You know the model up Sony X93 isn't FALD it's edge lit, so Sony themselves don't agree with you. Edge lit doesn't nessesarily mean worse.




The XE93 has a separate technology which fires the light to exactly where it’s needed. Although the lights themselves are at the top and bottom, the end result far exceeds a standard edge-lit TV. It also allows the XE93 to offer more lighting zones than the XE90.
TTSS29th Dec 2017

This one or Samsung 65MU9000? Which is better.


The MU9000 is bottom-lit, and colours aren’t anywhere near as accurate. The XE90 has a full-array backlight, giving much better HDR
Is this TV currently the best bang for your buck right now? If you want decent future-proof HDR and generally good quality television/gaming/movies. Hard to decide to buy now, or wait a bit longer to see if the price falls again.
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Fluffy_bandit25th Jan

Just purchased the Panasonic TX-EX50750B from richer sounds which they …Just purchased the Panasonic TX-EX50750B from richer sounds which they price matched from Hughes at £799 then beat it by a tenner and gave me a £20 off voucher towards it as had few issues getting a reply from them via email, so I paid £769 for a 'proper' 100Hz nor just the fancy talk they all do now with 2400Hz which this apparently is as well but it's the native Hz I care about!It's HDR 10 BITAwesome processor from their OLED range as this is their top LCD LED spec telly before their OLED. We spent good few months looking at spec, reviews and stuck with Panasonic as never let me down. Yes their cheaper ones now are apparently made in Turkey but the mid to top range are still made in same place and still have my 32" 1080P 100Hz 11 year old model going strong in the bedroom and still a good as new!Highly recommend this TV and richer sounds price match online prices and offer free 6 year warranty too.TV is here if anyone interesteds://www.panasonic.com/uk/consumer/televisions/4KTV/tx-50ex750b.html


You forgot to mention it’s a 50in compared to the 65in Sony tv
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Beko DTGC8000W condenser tumble dryer @ coop electrical eBay £189 less 20% (PNY2018 code) £151.20. Be quick expires 6pm.
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Coop eBay £189 less 20% (PNY2018 code) £151.20. Be quick expires 6pm. Reviews good on Argos and John Lewis etc.
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Was gonna say these dryers have been a workhorse in my house. (I'm disabled, have a hubby and 6 kids) so it's on a fair bit. We bought via Currys for a similar price just over a year ago after it replaced a similar one that Currys couldn't get the heating element for so they wrote it off. No issues, good at what it does. We set ours to cupboard dry to try and save a little on electric. Means by the time it's hit the cupboard it's dry. It copes well given my washer is 11kg and the dryer is 8!
Thanks OP, I just got in there on time
Thanks op
Thanks OP. I'm surprised why it hasn't received more heat. I've ordered one too .
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Thanks for sharing. Just purchased.
Samsung UE55MU6120 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £434  with Code: PNY2018 @ eBay from 12pm today. -  @ Coop eBay
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Great price for this TV. £20 from Coop on ebay Code for 20% off - PNY2018 Samsung's UHD TVs with HDR Pro technology will allow you to engage in an incredible viewing experience -… Read more
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Infinite.Element1 h, 28 m ago

£454 is still decent for a 55 inch Samsung 4K!


ye still beats the cheapest deal on hotdeals yet which was £470
hotshaun15 m ago

Yes it has been removed from eBay by co op


£454 is still decent for a 55 inch Samsung 4K!
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Infinite.Element5 m ago

The £20 off doesn't appear anywhere on the deal link. I think it's been …The £20 off doesn't appear anywhere on the deal link. I think it's been removed.


Yes it has been removed from eBay by co op
hotshaun3 h, 27 m ago

Hi guys the £20 was auto when at checkout. Use quidco to get 5% cash back …Hi guys the £20 was auto when at checkout. Use quidco to get 5% cash back


The £20 off doesn't appear anywhere on the deal link. I think it's been removed.
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Hi guys the £20 was auto when at checkout. Use quidco to get 5% cash back
Co-Op Food Xmas Reductions instore (location specific) - Eg. Mini Cheddar Tubs Was £1.50 Now 75p
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Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Christmas related products are getting reduced approx. half price Eg. Mini Cheddar Tubs Was £1.50 Now 75p Including Christmas Cards to Christmas Cake
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Still full price in few coops round our way
I went into coop and there were quite a few reductions today. I've added what I saw to the post
Great if you live next door to a coop and you had thought of buying these items anyway, but at the normal prices charged by the coop, half price is more like a decent price any time of year in other supermarkets, rather than an amazing post-xmas reduction which most other stores do.
Yeah, I know. Getting annoying. Probably why I was perhaps a bit unnecessarily short. Apologies.
holeymoley184 m ago

So go into a shop and you may or may not find random leftover Christmas …So go into a shop and you may or may not find random leftover Christmas food reduced. Top spot.


Pretty much the same as the many of the other Christmas food , chocolate and sweets deals that have been posted on this site in the past few days.
Samsung QE55Q7F 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV £1174 at coop electrical
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Found 23rd Dec 2017Found 23rd Dec 2017
Samsung QE55Q7F 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV using code PCT75
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anlygi23rd Dec

I like it. I bought it off the back of AVForums review here, which at the …I like it. I bought it off the back of AVForums review here, which at the time of review (September) said it was the best 55" TV available for £1k. I bought at the end of October/Early November for £950 with Samsung UHD Blu-ray player. What are you coming from? I upgraded my trusty Panasonic Plasma and am more than happy with mine. HUKD is full of armchair experts so I wouldn't buy off any comments here, I include myself in that too btw. I looked at the expert reviews and the praise it got for the price was excellent everywhere.


Lol armchair experts. Most TV watching is done sat in an arm chair!
kraigisonfire23rd Dec

I'd disagree, after seeing the LG OLED in action, I went qled and it blew …I'd disagree, after seeing the LG OLED in action, I went qled and it blew it out the water, colours are a lot more vibrant and the blacks are still lovely and deep, plus burn in on OLED is a real issue.


You've purchased a LED LCD TV with maybe 12 - 20 dimming zones. There is simply no way that it's better than OLED which had per pixel illumination/control.

Screen burn hasn't been a major issue on Plasma screens towards the end of their product life cycle as manufacturers were able to improve anti burn in tech.
spritey13 h, 47 m ago

Another person who doesn't understand the technology they're …Another person who doesn't understand the technology they're purchasing.Static images isn't the only concern, letterbox content (allot of films) can cause image retention (both permenant and temporary). Few places have some examples, if you look at rtings test log it gives a great overall. Also if you see the user questions allot of people have screen burn, as expected when those users contacted LG they were not covered.OLED vs Q Series isn't as simple as "one is better than the other", in both cases you have positives and negatives for each. For example, the Samsung sets achieve a much better peak brightness. Where the OLED sets will experience clipping because they can't reach the same peak brightness. Just incase you don't know what that is... It's where the TV simply can't display what the HDR content is mastered at, the Samsung TV doesn't have that issue. Tone mapping has been improved in the LG TVs to help but it's still an issue and can't be fully overcome due to the limitations of its peak brightness.OLED is the better tech generally, the deep blacks and contrast ratio is impressive. Don't however think you're buying a flat out better TV, you've got to accept some negatives. It'll be a couple of years, once OLED has matured, that it becomes the defacto choice.


Oh dear, I clearly understand it better than you. A film even in 16:9 or anamorphic widescreen is not going to give permanent screen burn if watching a film for 2-3 hours. If I was to watch the same film day in day out then I would agree that perhaps an element of screen burn would occur (at some point) but in normal everyday use this would happily not be the case.

I do indeed think I am buying a flat out better TV because it's positives clearly out-way its negatives when compred directly with an inferior screen technology like LCD/LED.
Leonintelex5 h, 23 m ago

Never buy based on a side by side comparison in store. Currys will alter …Never buy based on a side by side comparison in store. Currys will alter TV settings to shift the sets that head office want them to sell.Do your research online and compare reviews from multiple websites.If you can afford the extra ££ then OLED sets are by far the most positively reviewed TVs and definitely worth the extra cash. It's like comparing a ford focus to a Jag, totally different class of product.QLED sets are good but the Sony XE90 is probably the best bet at this price range (less the £1200), especially for gaming. Once this set drops to sub 1k prices then it may pinch this title.


The real competition and comparison here is between this Samsung Qled and Sony EX90.
no one knowledgeable will compare this Samsung qled with an OLED TV.because qled is just a model name for Samsung LCD TV,whereas OLED is a complete different beast as you know.

again this Samsung is a fantastic LCD TV but it’s not even compareable to OLED.and anyone who thinks it is needs to read up and research for just 10-15 minutes.
Coop - Samsung 49mu8000 4k TV - £849 @ Co-Op Electrical
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Great price and possible price match at JL. Use PCT50 at Coop.
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zebedee4ever4 h, 52 m ago

It's not always about size! This set is top end LCD.


Note i said equivalent models at the same size, not just 'the same size'. Look around at places like richer sounds at hi-sense, they ARE the same tech, same quality, all in the same size for about £200 less
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Pity it's impossible to get a new ks8000 anymore. It's way better than this one.
alot of reviews say the the 7000 is better than the 8000 especially if you are a gamer . agree its a very nice looking set and voted hot
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ahdvd4 m ago

There are equivalent models by other manufacturers of the same size that …There are equivalent models by other manufacturers of the same size that are going fir around £600 so £850 for this model is high.


It's not always about size! This set is top end LCD.
There are equivalent models by other manufacturers of the same size that are going fir around £600 so £850 for this model is high.
Eco chicken coop for 4 chickens, £199.99 delivered @ solway recycling
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Great price for a plastic hen house. Purchased one last week and it arrived within 3 working days. Great customer service as they ring you about your order and to confirm delivery … Read more
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I kept 3 hens on the allotment, then I moved allotment and kept them in the back garden for about 3 months. I and the kids loved keeping them but they are poop machines. Whilst I enjoyed keeping them on the plot if keeping them at home give some thought to where you will allow them to roam, my run was too big to put in the back garden so they were free to roam anywhere...big mistake!

Can't beat getting up and collecting your 'farm fresh' eggs every morning, I'd like to get some more for the new plot, sadly of the three I had at home, one died (and was almost pecked apart by the others!) and an urban fox got the other two.

Apart from the amount of poop they produce, they are great fun!
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Cristiano3 h, 14 m ago

Thnaks for your help. Those breed of hens sound ideal.Having had a look …Thnaks for your help. Those breed of hens sound ideal.Having had a look around some of the intro to keeping hens pages it seems I need to be prepared for a morning visit to check on them, give them water and food. Similar thing in the evening including locking them up in the coop. Once a week clearing out the coop and raking the lawn plus putting new shavings in. Is this an approximate assessment about the time commitment for keeping hens? Im just wondering if I’m better getting one of these coops that have a ready made run attached, which is much more contained. Are the hens easy to usher into places?



Hi, your morning visit is to open the coop door and put there food and water out, they want out as soon as it starts to get light. Takes 2 minutes then you can get back to bed if need be, this time of year you are letting them out just before 8am and locking them in there coop around 4.30pm, but in the height of the summer it can be as early as 6am and locking them away after 10.30pm.

The more free range they have the less maintanence they require as they will forage most of there diet from bugs, worms and vegatation around the garden or large run. They will also make there own dust bath under a tree for a ample and will groom themselves which again is quite entertaining to watch.

As for the coop maintanence it is quite minimal, here is what I do, to start with I got some pond liner ( cheap enough of ebay ) and cut it the the foot print of the coop and nest boxes and placed them inside the coop, this is to make it easier to clean the coop later on., then on top of that I put in about 2 inches of straw on the floor of the coop and abut 3 - 4 inches in the nest boxes to protect the eggs as when they lay they sort of pop out and if they hit the floor they will break. Assuming you go for the solway coop then it is just a case of every other day remove the lid from the coop and nest boxes, put a nappy sack over your hand groceries.asda.com/pro…432 and do what is called poo picking, the poo will clump to the straw so you just pick the poo/ straw clumps out and bin them, then replace some of the straw that you picked out with the poo so there is still roughly 2 inches, you are looking at about a hand full if straw will need replacing, also top up the nest boxes with straw if need be. Once every few weks do a full coop clean out, remove all old straw and bin or compost, remove the pond liner and hose down, once dry replace pond liner and put in fresh straw. Do your poo picking and full clean out in the afternoon if possible so you are not disturbing there egg laying. I probably make it sound like a lot of work but it is not, just 5 mins every other day to poo pick and 20 mins once every few weeks for there full clean out. Another plus of this plastic coop is that if need be once every 6 months or yearly you can give it a jet wash to bring it back up like new.

As for wood shavings or bark there not needed, assuming you are o ly getting around 3 - 6 chickens you do not need to rake the lawn as there poops will be spread out. If you think you will want closer 6 hens then go for the maxi coop, solwayrecycling.co.uk/sho…oft as this is the one I have and is easily roomy enough for 6 rhode hens as it will allow for 3 birds per perch and it comes as standard with 2 nest boxes. You want 1 nest box the every 3 birds. I know £240 with vat for a coop sounds expensive but it will last forever and a day and will have resale value, the wooden flat packed coops are made out of softwood and last 3 years tops if your lucky and are a pain to clean out.

I would not recommend the coops with runs, they look bigger online than they actually are in person once erected, just look at some of the measurement's, you get very little for your money, the birds will be unhappy, maintainece will be more as they are pooping in a small run area and will need cleaning daily. They will have less room to forage for there own food and will boredom feed on there own feed pellets, pellets are cheap but why not let the find 50% of there own diet, it is what they love to do.

There easy to get them where you want, I have a large run but also of a day when I am about I let them free range in the garden, if I suddenly need to go out and want them back in there run, I just throw some scraps or porridge oats in the run, they run straight in for it. They are food motivated.

Just another point on your hens, go for ones that are less likely to go broody such as Rhodes island reds, black rocks, Warren or bluebells. Hens that go broody can be a pain, they want to sit on the eggs and are not happy when you try to take what they now see as there eggs.

Hope this helps, anything else you would like to know or if I have not explained anything properly then please just ask.
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SOUTHWALES15 h, 11 m ago

Hi, the brick wall side will be fine, I have this bird netting on the top …Hi, the brick wall side will be fine, I have this bird netting on the top of my run https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4m-10m-Anti-Bird-Crop-Fruit-Veg-Garden-Netting-Protect-Plants-Pond-Trees-Mesh/291755719746?epid=582428327&hash=item43edfefc42:g:Sq4AAOSwhRxXKWLq Not very strong but I hope it puts foxes off thinking they could just hop in over the top, to me it is better than nothing as putting chicken wire on top is not practical. I live rural so have to think about predators more, although not had any problems to date. When you first get the chickens you will have to show them where they sleep by catching them and putting them in the coop before it gets dark, by the third night they will have the idea and put themselves to bed before sun down, they don't like to be out after dark.Rhode island reds are a great bird and very hardy, laying well over 250 eggs per year, another good egg layer and full of character are the bluebells. Best place to get your hens are poultry auctions, there normally auctioned at point of lay around 6 months old in batches of 3, I paid £18 for my 3 Rhode island reds and £39 for the 3 bluebells but I had to have them as they were just what I was looking for. I would have more chickens but I already get to many eggs at 6 a day, mine just don't stop paying even in deep winter. I will add some pics for my chickens when I get chance.Another reason why you want a plastic coop is red mite, there are a tiny mite that can live in cracks in wooden coops and come out to feed on the birds of a night, it is spread by wild birds, but it is highly unlikely you will get them with a plastic coop and if you do they are easy to get rid off with desi dust or just give the coop a jet wash, not so easy with wooden coop as there is to many cracks for them to hide in. http://www.pestfix.co.uk/organ-x-desi-dust-(diatomaceous-earth)-insect-killing-powder.aspThey go mad for scraps, mine get any left over food such as chips, pizza crusts, any left over Sunday roast and they love things like cooked pasta and porridge oats. Feed them your scraps and they will be your best friend.




Thnaks for your help. Those breed of hens sound ideal.Having had a look around some of the intro to keeping hens pages it seems I need to be prepared for a morning visit to check on them, give them water and food. Similar thing in the evening including locking them up in the coop. Once a week clearing out the coop and raking the lawn plus putting new shavings in.

Is this an approximate assessment about the time commitment for keeping hens?

Im just wondering if I’m better getting one of these coops that have a ready made run attached, which is much more contained.
Are the hens easy to usher into places?
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Cristiano2 h, 56 m ago

Thanks. Will it be ok to have one side without chicken wire as this will …Thanks. Will it be ok to have one side without chicken wire as this will be a solid brick wall. But there would be no roof? Does this matter? Or should there be a roof/chicken wire over the top as well? At the open end I was just going to put chicken wire and perhaps a gate of sorts for me to be able to get in and clear up. This coop looks great. Just need to convince the wife. We have a 2 year old daughter and I think this would be a great little pet/hobby. Gonna look into the different breeds now so we can choose the more children’s friendly hens.


Hi, the brick wall side will be fine, I have this bird netting on the top of my run ebay.co.uk/itm…WLq Not very strong but I hope it puts foxes off thinking they could just hop in over the top, to me it is better than nothing as putting chicken wire on top is not practical. I live rural so have to think about predators more, although not had any problems to date.

When you first get the chickens you will have to show them where they sleep by catching them and putting them in the coop before it gets dark, by the third night they will have the idea and put themselves to bed before sun down, they don't like to be out after dark.

Rhode island reds are a great bird and very hardy, laying well over 250 eggs per year, another good egg layer and full of character are the bluebells. Best place to get your hens are poultry auctions, there normally auctioned at point of lay around 6 months old in batches of 3, I paid £18 for my 3 Rhode island reds and £39 for the 3 bluebells but I had to have them as they were just what I was looking for. I would have more chickens but I already get to many eggs at 6 a day, mine just don't stop paying even in deep winter. I will add some pics for my chickens when I get chance.

Another reason why you want a plastic coop is red mite, there are a tiny mite that can live in cracks in wooden coops and come out to feed on the birds of a night, it is spread by wild birds, but it is highly unlikely you will get them with a plastic coop and if you do they are easy to get rid off with desi dust or just give the coop a jet wash, not so easy with wooden coop as there is to many cracks for them to hide in. pestfix.co.uk/org…asp

They go mad for scraps, mine get any left over food such as chips, pizza crusts, any left over Sunday roast and they love things like cooked pasta and porridge oats. Feed them your scraps and they will be your best friend.
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SOUTHWALES6 h, 31 m ago

Chickens like to forage around conifer trees and bushes if you can try …Chickens like to forage around conifer trees and bushes if you can try make them part of there run, chicken wire would be best to try and keep foxes out.


Thanks. Will it be ok to have one side without chicken wire as this will be a solid brick wall. But there would be no roof? Does this matter? Or should there be a roof/chicken wire over the top as well? At the open end I was just going to put chicken wire and perhaps a gate of sorts for me to be able to get in and clear up.

This coop looks great. Just need to convince the wife.


We have a 2 year old daughter and I think this would be a great little pet/hobby. Gonna look into the different breeds now so we can choose the more children’s friendly hens.
Taylor’s Select reserve Port 75cl - £5.60 instore @ Co-Op
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Seen in my local CO-OP this morning reduced to clear on shelf £5.60 Worth having a look in your local if you like port :)
£7 in mine, normal price.
Not in mine will check tomorrow incase it's an end of line product
Euclid55 m ago

Better than Cockburns!


OUCH !!!!!!!!!
Must go in search thanks
Better than Cockburns!
Hisense H55N6800 Grey - 55inch ULED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV - £599 at Coop electrical (John lewis price match)
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£599 for this (with code BF60 to get £60 off) Gets recommended all the time on AVforums. I've also had John Lewis price match me, so you can get 5year warranty
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I say "above" but I got confused between the threads, its in the LG 800v one. I ended up going for the 800v, giving up 5 inches in favour of what seems a much better picture.
True enough but seemingly its about 90% rgb in terms of the pixels. Now I know its black and white either its rgb or it isn't but have you read that AV Forums link above? I agree though and I wanted to get rgb - having read the UHD gestapo on here tear apart tv after tv for being rgbw or 8 bit I figured that equated to it being possible to get an rgb panel under £700. None of the gestapo folks that posted ever cared to mention that it is simply not available on the market in that price bracket.
Schwifty12 h, 32 m ago

Is this better than the 49 inch LG? It is bigger, yes, but is the refresh …Is this better than the 49 inch LG? It is bigger, yes, but is the refresh rate, colours etc as good?


This is a true 4k screen. As with most LG non-oled models, the SJ800 is an RGBW panel so really only 3k.

That said, the LG is pretty good at what it does offer. It's a true 10bit panel and a better refresh rate.

I had an LG TV in the past and always felt somewhat burned by the RGBW part and whether it's really 4k or not - but that's a personal opinion.
They wouldn't price match for me either. What's everyone else saying?? Lol. I want it!!!
JL matched Coop for me too:)
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LG OLED55B7V 55inch 4K ULTRA HD HDR SMART OLED TV £1,399 with code CPT100 @ coop electrical
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Currently 1499 at coop but using code CPT100 there is 100 off.
Out of Stock
Does anyone have an idea of national stock levels for these?
Ive got the money saved for one, but I thought I might as well do it on one of these new interest free for purchases credit cards. It hadn't arrived in time when I left my other place to come back to town for the week. I'll pick it up Friday night when I'm back downloading there, but I'm fuming at I've gotta wait until Friday night.. oh well..first world problems hey..
joepineapples9015 h, 56 m ago

Shame for me its not 49" (and obviously cheaper to go with that). Roll on …Shame for me its not 49" (and obviously cheaper to go with that). Roll on 2019/20

Don'twish your life away Joey Pimeapples!
Edited by: "DeafCassette" 22nd Nov 2017
yes OOS but still not a bad deal just need a few years more warranty!
OOS
Cadbury dairy milk winter edition 100gm 50p @ coop
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Yummy scrummers choccy choc fill ma belly with a cadbury block
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Not national. I checked the price in our local.
I live near to a Cadbury Outlet store. I now have type 2 diabetes!
Oh LOL you look like you have lost some socks.
Yum! Thanks andy2005morrell
Hope this is national...Gonna pop to village shop tomorrow!
Extra 10% off for students too!
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andywedge15 m ago

Thanks andy2005morrellI hope you mean 50p rather than £50 - I've editedPS …Thanks andy2005morrellI hope you mean 50p rather than £50 - I've editedPS Love the photo


Oops cheers, definitely 50p, well I hope so otherwise bills ain't getting paid this month!
Black Nylon Scoop Shaped Spoon Colander for 61p delivered using code @ Gearbest
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This simple but effective kitchen utensil allows you to scoop, drain and serve food straight from a hot pan or baking tray- great for scooping up pasta or veg from a boiling pan. … Read more
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Thanks @ cv-uk
dorito4 m ago

Just before the "Place your order" button is an tick-box option called …Just before the "Place your order" button is an tick-box option called "Order requirement: Dropshipping".Do I tick this option?



All drop-shipping means is that GearBest will not include any paperwork or invoicing in the package. It's used when someone else sells an item to you but then gets GearBest to fulfil the order.

Don't tick the box. It isn't needed.

HTH
Just before the "Place your order" button is an tick-box option called "Order requirement: Dropshipping".

Do I tick this option? What does it mean? Will it affect my delivery or the chance of the 61p item getting to me?

Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
ZowieSenior-Evans29 m ago

Thanks ordered. How long for delivery as awaiting another item which …Thanks ordered. How long for delivery as awaiting another item which still hasn't came.



If you get an expensive electrical item, it usually comes via courier and takes 5 - 10 days.

For everything else, the "norm" for Chinese stuff is between 3 - 8 weeks. As it was 'singles day' a few days ago, expect the Chinese postal system to be in complete meltdown and it may take a bit longer.

On a positive note, most orders made now should be here in time for Christmas

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I've had one of these for about 2 years now and it's great. Got it from aliexpress for $2 back then and it's used a few times a week for veg.
Sage Smart Scoop Ice Maker for £166.97 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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I know that this is a lot of money for an ice-cream maker but its a great saving based on the fact that the nearest competitors have it for £278. and the previous lowest price it w… Read more
Back up to £278.00 @ Currys now and £265 @ Amazon and still out of stock. I ordered one to give me time to think it through.
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No big deal but title says ice maker!
ITMA4 h, 50 m ago

On a similar'ish note.(what have I been missing........) I mistyped fryer …On a similar'ish note.(what have I been missing........) I mistyped fryer the other day on Amazon and now this is all over my amazon pages while browsing; Satisfyer2



Ho Ho Ho; Amazon is completely confused by my shopping habits, as I buy stuff for a number of elderly friends and relatives who dont feel they are ready for the world of etailer's or are scared to give their credit card details online.

I usually browse without logging in, and only log in when I find something I want to buy; I also block their tacking cookies, and all the google services that follow you around in cyberspace.
kklown1 h, 53 m ago

Although I like the idea of having one I would need to use this around 60 …Although I like the idea of having one I would need to use this around 60 times to get by money back over my regular tub. This would go in the cupboard with the breadmaker which I use 3 or 4 times a year. Its a nice deal in principle but not for me. Heat added.


Slow down - you're overworking that bread maker. Once it goes into the cupboard it's not supposed to come out again!
Of all the kitchen gadgets that end up and the back of peoples cupboards ice cream makers are number 1 !

The most useful are the coffee machines which tend to get used every day, stick blenders, food processors, Mixing machines.

Before you buy this I would suggest you need to know you are definitely going to be using it at least once a week, and have a large empty cupboard for it too !
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