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Define 'true' greyhound ferret???

 

 

And Jingo, no mate i think it will encourage folk to breed them with any shit and stick the name on them to make more cash :thumbs:

 

Terrier ferrets for sale £40 smaller then greyhound ferrets wont get stuck in net at all :tongue2::boogie:

 

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Define 'true' greyhound ferret???

 

 

And Jingo, no mate i think it will encourage folk to breed them with any shit and stick the name on them to make more cash :thumbs:

 

Terrier ferrets for sale £40 smaller then greyhound ferrets wont get stuck in net at all :tongue2::boogie:

 

Atb Dave

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Define 'true' greyhound ferret???

 

 

And Jingo, no mate i think it will encourage folk to breed them with any shit and stick the name on them to make more cash :thumbs:

 

Terrier ferrets for sale £40 smaller then greyhound ferrets wont get stuck in net at all :tongue2::boogie:

 

Atb Dave

 

 

I got saluki ferrets here mate, guaurenteed to stay with the rabbit all day and never catch it :laugh:

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greyhound ferret, me old mans mate had one of they many moons ago, size of a bloody cat nearl old gamy! 25 notes a pop is a dear old game imo

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See what i won't to know is are these 'greyhound' ferrets actually a true breeding greyhound type (long, lean, very roached back, sharp pointed face) or these tiny wee runty 'micro' things people are calling greyhounds now?

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I've got a jill lyk that but wouldn't say it's a greyhound it's just a ferret, just lyk anything else, just different sizes, big small fat skinny

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Not knocking your ferrets mate, look nice small ferrets , any ferret is worth £25 if it's reared right on a good diet and handled daily from the age of about 4 weeks. Only thing is mate, they're not greyhounds,greyhounds are built different and are not necessarily small. Regards Mike.

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i wish you could get £25 for ferrets but the reality is people cant give em away .

 

£25 for a ferret kit is about £750 for a lurcher pup

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i wish you could get £25 for ferrets but the reality is people cant give em away .

 

£25 for a ferret kit is about £750 for a lurcher pup

I've sold plenty at £25 and a fare few at £50, mind you, when I breed,I only breed when I need new stock and I put a lot of time and effort into rearing and handling. Mike.

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i wish you could get £25 for ferrets but the reality is people cant give em away .

 

£25 for a ferret kit is about £750 for a lurcher pup

I've sold plenty at £25 and a fare few at £50, mind you, when I breed,I only breed when I need new stock and I put a lot of time and effort into rearing and handling. Mike.

 

well you see them in pet shops for 40 and 50 quid so someone is paying it. :thumbs:

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So did we decide that these 'Greyhound' ferrets at 25 quid, were not even greyhound ferrets? :laugh:

 

 

Romany, can you give me the number for the folk paying 50 quid for a well bred ferret? I got a yacht i fancy!

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i wish you could get £25 for ferrets but the reality is people cant give em away .

 

£25 for a ferret kit is about £750 for a lurcher pup

thats y iv got orders for 40 ferrets already you just keep on buying shit dogs chimp

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i wish you could get £25 for ferrets but the reality is people cant give em away .

 

£25 for a ferret kit is about £750 for a lurcher pup

you are talking out your arse, got 40 sold hahaha

thats y iv got orders for 40 ferrets already you just keep on buying shit dogs chimp

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Makes me smile, you lot want a well reared ferret, that is tame and easy to handle, off good, proven working stock, and you want it for a fiver ! At £25, if you're any good, it will pay for itself in one outing ffs ! I've had ferrets work well for 8 years, if you payed £200 you'd still be quids in !

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