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Shoot has been loosing poults to a fox.

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A local keepered shoot has been loosing poults to a fox, the keeper has been having real trouble killing it, we have been asked to help out, do you think this could be the one?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello time will tell was it an older fox or young?How did you out smart it & the keeper couldent?

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Shoot a fox, save a worm :p

 

I reckon a good lawyer could have got him off. Though not sure how good they are on bringing back from the dead :D Well done!

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Shoot a fox, save a worm :p

 

I reckon a good lawyer could have got him off. Though not sure how good they are on bringing back from the dead :D Well done!

any good vet would have it back on its feet in no time

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fox's dont kill poults there main diet is earthworms :censored:

 

leave them alone !

 

 

looks like that one fell off the wait watchers diet .of earth worms then . the only good fox is a dead one

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:clapper:

 

on a serious note, did anyone watch that documentary where the "fox expert" accually argued that point ?

 

fox's dont kill fowl there main diet is earth worms ! :doh:

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Is it the same daft twat that defends the actions of these muslim terrorists.

Of course foxes cant survive on f*ckin earthworms.

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on a serious note, did anyone watch that documentary where the "fox expert" accually argued that point ?

 

fox's dont kill fowl there main diet is earth worms ! :doh:

 

I saw the aftermath in a release pen on a shoot that neighboured mine once where 400 birds were killed in one night by a hungry vixen looking for earthworms . . . :hmm:

 

OTC

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on a serious note, did anyone watch that documentary where the "fox expert" accually argued that point ?

 

fox's dont kill fowl there main diet is earth worms ! :doh:

 

I saw the aftermath in a release pen on a shoot that neighboured mine once where 400 birds were killed in one night by a hungry vixen looking for earthworms . . . :hmm:

 

OTC

 

 

as an ex keeper iu have seen "the aftermath" on more than one occation !

 

fecking hart renching !

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