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    where can I buy an ensilage fork

    I went to dig some wigglers with a mate today, something I hadn't done for 20 years and couldn't find my worming fork, don't remember ever loaning it or selling it but it is nowhere to be found so I am up for a new one. Trouble is I can't locate one anywhere, I've checked with the local produce merchants but none of them have them, so does anyone know where I can lay my hands on on. Close to Caloundra would be nice but willing to travel further afield if need be, or if someone is willing to sell one.

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Don't know what digs worms out these days but we used to dig blood worms in the old days with one of these. https://www.bunnings.com.au/our-rang...ng-tools/forks

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Quote Originally Posted by odieman150 View Post
    Don't know what digs worms out these days but we used to dig blood worms in the old days with one of these. https://www.bunnings.com.au/our-rang...ng-tools/forks
    Thanks Oldie, the mulch fork is what I'm after but believe it or not they haven't got them up here even though the site says so. I'll be in brisbane on the weekend and will try different stores.

    Oops, meant Odie 😰

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    I used to break my back with one of these
    . http://www.cyclone.com.au/products/c...sed-dee-handle
    You should be able to buy on line from bunnings the delivery cost should be less than fuel costs to BNE.
    Cheers
    Ray

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Quote Originally Posted by rayken1938 View Post
    I used to break my back with one of these
    . http://www.cyclone.com.au/products/c...sed-dee-handle
    You should be able to buy on line from bunnings the delivery cost should be less than fuel costs to BNE.
    Cheers
    Ray
    Thanks Ray, will see how I go, this one looks the goods, I will try and source one. The ones in the bunnings online catalogue looks different, tines are closer together in this one which is what I want.

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Ok, might try and figure out where my old fork got to, $185 for a Cyclone Stone Fork, I think it must be made of platinum.

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Quote Originally Posted by Dignity View Post
    Ok, might try and figure out where my old fork got to, $185 for a Cyclone Stone Fork, I think it must be made of platinum.
    Maybe they are designed for digging gold nuggets and not worms Dignity that's a shocker mate.

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Quote Originally Posted by Dignity View Post
    Ok, might try and figure out where my old fork got to, $185 for a Cyclone Stone Fork, I think it must be made of platinum.
    Maybe they are designed for digging gold nuggets and not worms Dignity that's a shocker mate.
    Ooooops

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Quote Originally Posted by odieman150 View Post
    Maybe they are designed for digging gold nuggets and not worms Dignity that's a shocker mate.
    Ooooops
    Could be, used to be as common as cow dung, when I was a kid they were often found alongside railway lines as I believe they might have been used to "shovel" coal.

    I guess getting someone to part with one even for a modest sum is a pipe dream

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Quote Originally Posted by Gon Fishun View Post
    Awesome, just have to organize trip to the goldie or thereabouts

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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Road trip. Or maybe the AC boys could drop it in on the way through.


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    Re: where can I buy an ensilage fork

    Brendon, I do have to go to Brisbane today 😨 so am in the process of convincing the boss to take the long way, it probably means I'll have to buy her lunch somewhere special, any ideas where down that way. Now that I think about it, it might have been cheaper to buy a new one.

    Who are the AC boys?

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