field drain


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field drain

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field tile

n
an underground earthenware pipe used for draining fields
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A piece of hard plastic corrugated field drain pipe, 23cm long by 9cm diameter, is fitted firmly over the muzzle end of the telescope.
The slurry was sprayed on to a field at Bygate Farm in Ponteland during a rainy spell last August and was washed into a field drain, magistrates at Bedlington were told.
Group manager Keith Trotter, who attended the whole incident, said: "When we got to the scene, we were told the dog had gone down an eight-inch ceramic field drain on the riverbank.
Minimum sideslopes of 4:1 are possible if the field is farmed parallel to the field drain. The depth is determined primarily by the topography of the area, outlet conditions, and capacity of the channel.
Sixteen soil profiles were extracted from a single canefield in 2 parallel transects crossing over a typical field drain. The profiles were taken at intervals of 0, 0.5, 1, and 5 m perpendicular to, and on each side of, the drain.
But when the water supply dried up three months ago, a plumber inspected the source - a field drain close to where livestock grazed - and warned them never to touch it again.
County Durham farmer Paul Coppen has unearthed an old fashioned, sunken drinking trough while trying to unblock a field drain at his farm near Barnard Castle.
The cross-terriers, Jip and Misty, were stuck in a field drain at Hilton Redhouse Comprehensive School, on Rutherglen Road, Sunderland, at 8.48am yesterday.
A 3,500-year-old Bronze-Age arrowhead found by a seven-year-old boy while watching his grandad dig a field drain.
My hawk disturbed a heron which had been standing up to his knees in the field drain, hunting the various things that herons eat.