Even better than Show Days for getting off the farm and swapping the craic.
No need to dress up!
"Putting your foot on something."
We once bought a rotary muck spreader- with a bent shaft. It stared out fine but ended up with the flails beaing holes in the drum.
No-one told us they knew of this problem- until a couple of years later.
Alway look to your bearings.
Very early in the 1970s- Boston, Lincolnshire.
My mother was with me, and she worried, "Do you think these men mind having their photos taken?"
I'd be intrigued to know who any of these folk were.