Clever, crazy, profane, out-of-line, but always funny and more often than not on the money, Bushwhacker‘s weekly dissertation says what the rest are afraid to.
It was my intention to pick up where I left off last week because I was really starting to warm to my theme.
How much grain do you reckon they grow in Israel – in the global scheme of things?
IT’S not often I see something so funny that I can still be chuckling about it weeks later.
NOW I know there are lots of new things around in farming these days.
NOT for a minute do I profess to know it all.
WHEN the Whacker was just a nipper the word spam seemed connected with this mysterious tinned food consumed...
MATHS, as most know, has long been the Whacker’s bete noir.
Vindicated. The Whacker is vindicated.
The Whacker would like to dwell on a couple of things this week.
THE Whacker is not given to movie reviews. Mostly because I often nod off – just for a minute or two – and...
The Whacker would like to have a slightly serious word with all you blokes out there.
CALL me controversial. You can even call me a clown if you like. But I am starting to have a real problem with...
Far be it from me to call a lot of those city folk bludgers. But here goes.
The Whacker has done some thinking. And some basic number work.
Had the grandkids for the Christmas holidays. Too many of them. And some for way too long.
Far be it from me to open the new year with a whinge.
FOR a variety of reasons, not the least of which is she thinks me writing this column is just too much, the missus has...
ONCE upon a time, farmers were not just into animal husbandry, they relied on them to actually get that job done.
Never let it be said the Whacker is backwards – economically speaking. And one thing I understand well is...
I hate to admit it, but one of me grandsons is a useless lump.
April’s Research Report sees Kondinin Group engineers providing the low down on chaser bins after visiting farms across the country to assess each brand in action. The report includes owner feedback on