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#76 Joycey

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 01:11 pm

Welcome to the forum.... have you ever been out ferreting under birds of prey? or has it always been dogs... i was hooked the first time i went out with a mates female harris hawk, that was 15yrs ago and im still doing it but with my own hawks now.... just a question??



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 01:23 pm

Welcome to the forum.... have you ever been out ferreting under birds of prey? or has it always been dogs... i was hooked the first time i went out with a mates female harris hawk, that was 15yrs ago and im still doing it but with my own hawks now.... just a question??

Unfortunately not no, there's a few lads that go on the land next to my permission but never seen them at it. Though it is something that me and my other half are really interested in. We've spoke about getting a hawk but unfortunately haven't got the space for it.

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 02:27 pm

Welcome to the forum.... have you ever been out ferreting under birds of prey? or has it always been dogs... i was hooked the first time i went out with a mates female harris hawk, that was 15yrs ago and im still doing it but with my own hawks now.... just a question??

Unfortunately not no, there's a few lads that go on the land next to my permission but never seen them at it. Though it is something that me and my other half are really interested in. We've spoke about getting a hawk but unfortunately haven't got the space for it.
Or the time unfortunatly this lot take up all our free time

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#79 jeppi26

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 03:13 pm

Some nice land you got there

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 03:19 pm

Welcome mate hope you enjoy I was born not far from you,



#81 Poacherspocket

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 03:29 pm

Cool were abouts?

#82 MeggyMoo

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 03:30 pm

Cheers for that blake ;-)

#83 Its_grim_up_norf

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 03:42 pm

smart little pack you have there mate, and some lovely land too. That terriers legs look like they belong to another dog though haha! I look forward to the day i can go on 'my land' during the daylight hours :laugh:



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 03:53 pm

I know what you mean shes a really short legged bitch but quite long compared to her height. The guy who bred our lighter brindle dog also bred the terrier. He started by getting her grandfather from a traveller site and now has a little pack of them. Nice little dog very obedient. Me and saskia think shes now ready for a day out ratting so fingers crossed we can get her out soon just looking for some permission.

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 04:22 pm

I know what you mean shes a really short legged bitch but quite long compared to her height. The guy who bred our lighter brindle dog also bred the terrier. He started by getting her grandfather from a traveller site and now has a little pack of them. Nice little dog very obedient. Me and saskia think shes now ready for a day out ratting so fingers crossed we can get her out soon just looking for some permission.

no pics of me blakeus??

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 05:28 pm

get sum up now you have mentioned it :-)
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#87 MeggyMoo

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 05:38 pm

get sum up now you have mentioned it :-)

i cant do it yet, i'll try later

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 06:21 pm

I know what you mean shes a really short legged bitch but quite long compared to her height. The guy who bred our lighter brindle dog also bred the terrier. He started by getting her grandfather from a traveller site and now has a little pack of them. Nice little dog very obedient. Me and saskia think shes now ready for a day out ratting so fingers crossed we can get her out soon just looking for some permission.

 

yeah they do. Aye thats a smart looking dog, bit thinner than the darker brindle, has it got whippet in it? aye ratting is always good fun mate. i havent been with 'serious ratters' with smokers and stuff, but done some on a mates permission on a chicken farm under the coops and round the manure pile on one of the fields. what the terriers dont do, you get to do with a shovel :laugh:  great fun.



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Posted 23 January 2014 - 06:34 pm


I know what you mean shes a really short legged bitch but quite long compared to her height. The guy who bred our lighter brindle dog also bred the terrier. He started by getting her grandfather from a traveller site and now has a little pack of them. Nice little dog very obedient. Me and saskia think shes now ready for a day out ratting so fingers crossed we can get her out soon just looking for some permission.

 
yeah they do. Aye thats a smart looking dog, bit thinner than the darker brindle, has it got whippet in it? aye ratting is always good fun mate. i havent been with 'serious ratters' with smokers and stuff, but done some on a mates permission on a chicken farm under the coops and round the manure pile on one of the fields. what the terriers dont do, you get to do with a shovel :laugh:  great fun.
The darker brindle one is a collie bull whippet greyhound and the lighter is a kelpie whippet greyhound
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Posted 23 January 2014 - 06:37 pm

 

get sum up now you have mentioned it :-)

i cant do it yet, i'll try later

 

welcome....give the boys warning when a photo of yous about to put up...give them time to break out the kleenex






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