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Well ive finaly got my self a pure polecat kit (hob) brought off James Mckay him self at the Bodelwyddan Castle game fair yesterday, hes 13weeks old and is lovely, hes been hand reared from 4weeks old, and my son has named him "Wolverine", if i can work out how to get pictures up il post some, im also on the Falconry forum and ive put pictures up on there, ive always wanted a dark ferret and now i have one, and he is very dark, well pleased with him....

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This is him with a jill im keeping out of my litter..

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Hi mate i paid £50 for him, hes worth it though, il keep you updated on how he gets on!!!

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Hi mate i paid £50 for him, hes worth it though, il keep you updated on how he gets on!!!

£50 pound your not wise mate :icon_eek:
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Hi mate i paid £50 for him, hes worth it though, il keep you updated on how he gets on!!!

£50 pound your not wise mate :icon_eek:my mate has got eu. Polecats ready soon. 25 each is that i good price? Atb Davy

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What a fecking rip off he must of saw you coming was he wearing a mask :icon_eek::hmm:

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Your talking about a eu polecat ? you spent fifty quid on it but are punting ferrets on another thread ?.

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I wouldnt pay £50 for one...but if the chap is happy with his purchase..good luck to him.

 

If you asked me how much my working ferts are worth... I can tell you now... i wouldnt part with any of them for a poxy £50.

 

I have a small dark polecat hob kit now going free to a good working home...if anyone wants it...PM me.

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yeh funny thing ferret prices,,, would it be better for ferrets if we all had to pay good money for them???,,, personly i tend to give them away,,, but i dont see a problem with folk paying £20............. i have paid a tenner for one befor..... but its a good while since i bought any...

 

£50 does seem alot,,,, but i have seen two supposedly half cross eu x ferrets,,, go through the auction at melton for £70 each,,, also seen sivers and the like get £30-40

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Were they bred from his 2nd generation Polecat Jill??

 

He was charging £20 a head for an 8 week old ferret.

 

£50 for a 3rd Generation Polecat... Mother was a 2nd Gen Polecat... but what was father!?

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Well ive finaly got my self a pure polecat kit (hob) brought off James Mckay him self at the Bodelwyddan Castle game fair yesterday, hes 13weeks old and is lovely, hes been hand reared from 4weeks old, and my son has named him "Wolverine", if i can work out how to get pictures up il post some, im also on the Falconry forum and ive put pictures up on there, ive always wanted a dark ferret and now i have one, and he is very dark, well pleased with him....

I'd check it's balls his stock are and produce one balled ferrets Not that id want one anyway , even if it had both balls : /

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I like how you say "Bought of James McKay himself " like that makes it anything special guys like that can buy all local breed ferrets cheap and punt them for silly money to guilable people

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Holy crap. 50 bucks for a dark ferret cause Mackay said it was a Polecat., Brilliant.

 

It`s a ferret mate, same as all the 5 quid ferrets that are all over the place

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