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Lamper121

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  1. Lamper121

    RIP Tigger

    RIP Tigger. Sorry for your loss mate, at least you have some of his bloodline.
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    Mark Avery Blog

    Haha yes I noticed...oh dear!!
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    DEFRA Consultation - General Licences

    As far as I'm aware the deadline for evidence submission was Monday so now it's just waiting for Defra and Gove to respond
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    Packham

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwjDo8XaspriAhUSmhQKHTbMBDgQzPwBegQIARAC&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.aol.co.uk%2Fnews%2F2019%2F05%2F13%2Fchris-packham-cancels-appearance-at-dog-festival-after-death-thr%2F&psig=AOvVaw3vqhJML0nb6i0RB0XlA1g4&ust=1557901829789881
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    Sir Johnny Scott

    Did anyone see him at the Northern Shooting Show? He's an interesting bloke. I stopped to talk to him at the BASC stand and he was a real laugh, telling stories about doing that Clarissa and the Countryman series and about Clarissa beating up the BBC execs to pressure them to show all the hunting scenes. He even said that Clarissa knew that doing that series would effectively end her career with the BBC as it was. God bless her fat soul!
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    Dandruff in dogs

    This exact same issue happened to my dog mate, and if I'm not careful it reoccurs. The only thing I have found that triggers it is sudden dietry change. When I got the dog he was fed half dry half raw by his previous owner but I moved him onto all raw gradually. I fed him all sorts to see what he like best and that is when it started. I have overtime figured out that he can only eat a consisrent diet of 80% minced chicken and the other 20% can be made up of rabbit and venison only but not in large quantities and it must be in combination with the chicken. Beef is the worst for him and triggers the dandruff within a day or so, so I avoid that completely. I also add a bit (maybe 25ml) of salmon oil to his feed every other day. And finally try and oatmeal shampoo but only use it every 3 or so months in my opinion. Hope this helps...
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    How much rabbit to feed a ferret???

    Save yourself some expense on jill javs etc. in the long run and get a hob and have him vasectonised. And can't agree with everyone enough so far...always keep more than one.
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    DEFRA

    I've emailed Defra and completed the BASC and Fieldsports Channel surveys
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    DEFRA Consultation - General Licences

    Totally agree mate. Think about all the sports grounds etc where ferals cause havoc. At the moment there is nothing anyone can do!
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    DEFRA Consultation - General Licences

    Haha! No probs bud
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    DEFRA Consultation - General Licences

    Sorry if my post was misleading, this is my opinion only, I wont lie and say I have all the scientific studies performed on each species. I did put the question to Mark Avery in his blog and he said the only one in "slight" decline is the Lesser Black Backed Gull, and if anyone would have these facts I would assume it would be one of the heads of the group that brought about this legal challenge in the first place. Has anyone else actually seen anyone in the news etc. saying anything about population of the main species shot under the old GLs (Woodpigeon, Carrion Crows, etc.) being in decline? The Countryside Alliance sent me a graph as part of a response to a question I raised to them which showed Woodpigeon populations rising steadily since 1970. This is all about anti-shooting and finding a legal back door to try and stab us in the back in my opinion.
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    DEFRA Consultation - General Licences

    I submitted my reply to Defra last night, its easy enough with an email. Wild Justice and its supporters are on the ropes now, they seem to be worried by the consultation process because they know damn well they have no scientific evidence that the way people have used GL's for the past few decades has had ANY detrimental effects on the population of the species listed on them!
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    DEFRA Consultation - General Licences

    I submitted my reply to Defra last night, its easy enough with an email. Wild Justice and its supporters are on the ropes now, they seem to be worried by the consultation process because they know damn well they have no scientific evidence that the way people have used GL's for the past few decades has had ANY detrimental effects on the population of the species listed on them!
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    DEFRA Consultation - General Licences

    I submitted my reply to Defra last night, its easy enough with an email. Wild Justice and its supporters are on the ropes now, they seem to be worried by the consultation process because they know damn well they have no scientific evidence that the way people have used GL's for the past few decades has had ANY detrimental effects on the population of the species listed on them!
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