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  1. Raymond

    Few for the pot

    lovely job, great for the kids
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    Who's Bred Mules This Year

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    Who's Bred Mules This Year

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    Who's Bred Mules This Year

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    Is Anybody's Hob Out Of Season?

    seams odd, ive 2 kits there myself a hob and jill, the hob makes a few different noises and he can be a bit rough with her as hes a bit bigger than her, there litter mates, he scruffs her aswell but not enough to make her squeel.
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    Is Anybody's Hob Out Of Season?

    wasnt been funny with you just trying to work out with you what might be going on for you ferrets, thats why I was asking, if the jill isnt swollen and shes that young hes just playing with her id say,sure they wont produce any kits if thats what your worried about.
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    Is Anybody's Hob Out Of Season?

    are the jills swollen,are they in season
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    Is Anybody's Hob Out Of Season?

    hes not in breeding condition then, hobs drop there testicals when in breeding condition and testicals dissapear whenthere not
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    Is Anybody's Hob Out Of Season?

    can you see his testicals,
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    A Mooch With The Little Jill

    great video,
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    is it just a flight your thinking of, if so its handy enough to look after, you could have a few canaries and finch in it and have a mixed flight. 1 cock canary and say 2 or 3 hens, a couple of finch like goldies,siskins linnetes, Depending on the size your building and how many birds once or twice a week to clean out, fresh water and seed so handy enough. Mixed flight looks good, have a part of the flight blocked with perspex to stop the wind blowing directly at the birds when there on the perch roosting for the night, the cold wont kill them but a breeze blowing at them all night they will get cold from like a draught on them is bad.
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    Future Bushers

    crackers best of luck with them
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    Best Alround Terrier?

    what if you can call your dog off if needed ? whilst out bushing , If you can call your dog off its quarry then it's not a digging dog ..... lol I dug to him enough times to know hes a digging dog , I bushed with him enough times to know he was a top bushing dog , I shot pheasant geese duck all retrieved off water as well to know he could retrieve , I called him out when needed for my reasons but never while out bushing , if you can call a dog out if needed that's a smart all round terrier one you probably will never set eyes on , oh I forgot pidgeon lolfair play mate, that is a proper all rounder , I have owned and seen terriers that were used as alrounder , started of as a purist terrier on chain getting a mark of lurcher then digging terrier out, trouble is they only got of lead once a week through season if that , then started using them as alrounders and had a lot more sport with them,earth dogs can be trained the same as any other dogs, I used nuttells old stuff powells stuff woodcock and seen some right hard mute ones used for ferreting bushing and on shoots dog was with me 24/7 smartest dog I see , he didn't ferret only thing I never kept at the time , dug him at 7mts , if I picked gun up he knew what to do , if I picked shovel up he knew what was required , dog was too smart , and if needed I could call him out off what ever they call it he listened to me , and would work hand signals a proper allrounder same as the title of the thread should have called him out if he was at7mt would have saved you some digging lol
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    Cocker X Patterdale

    mine wouldnt stop growing, I weighed her one time for a worm dose and she was just 40lb and she wasnt fat or over weight. very hard to keep weight on her, ive tried everything, she just hyper. wont sit still in the pen. have her out all day, get her home and she still wont sit easy in the pen. Shes a bottomless pit, I dopnt know where she puts the food. Great bitch ferreting and not bad bushing, very good at marking and very soft mouted. I got her out pretty young ferreting as there was alot of stop and starting so she wasnt getting the legs ran off her too young. Good cross they are
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    Cocker X Patterdale

    i have the same cross and im happy with her