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  1. I noticed. Why "ferrets"? They are much more muscled than a normal ferret, much faster and much stronger. The dark polecat is also very shy, and tends to bite people other than my girlfriend or me. If you don't mind me asking. how much did you pay for those Ferrets? The prices for ferrets are much higher in The Netherlands than they are in Engeland. Prices vary between 20 & 300. One of the jills was 30, best ferret I ever had. The other jill I bred myself. The polecat hob was 100. Never thouhgt I would pay that for a ferret but never saw anything like it. He truly is a extraordi
  2. I noticed. Why "ferrets"? They are much more muscled than a normal ferret, much faster and much stronger. The dark polecat is also very shy, and tends to bite people other than my girlfriend or me.
  3. That's my experience too! He kills the biggest rats like they are nothing. But wouldn't that be a problem when ferreting for rabbits, that they will kill underground rabbits instead of chasing them out?
  4. I had an eu hybrid Jill. Hard little critter on the rabbits, but not so Health-wise. When she went to be spayed because of suspected pyometra, they found her bladder was full, with a bladder stone and she passed away, under the anaesthetic.... That's a shame! How old was she? The other two ferrets on the picture are two EU Hybrids too. My experience with them is that they are much tougher than the albino ferrets, healthwise too.
  5. Haha, in the Netherlands there are also cheap knives. Mostly it's 'what you pay is what you get' These knives will last for generations, and are high quality. I don't make them that often no more, because it's so much work. They don't sell under a 100 euro, but mostly for close friends because it cost a couple of days to make one. Harm
  6. thank you! haha, I do (for now ) I don't have a dog yet, still live with my parents who don't want it. Will get one when I move though. Thanks for the tip!
  7. Hello, A couple of months ago I bought a young EU polecat hob from a man in Holland (where I live). He told me that he had imported a lot of polecats and ferrets out of England, because ferreting is much more 'alive' there than it is in Holland. The polecat is a really nice, dark animal that is very muscular, strong and fast. The man that sold me this animal told me that he bought the english animals from a wellknown man in the ferretworld, that breeds with polecats for 40 years. I've red that Rake has a lot of EU polecats, could it be him? Just curious (The animal on the ri
  8. haha, nice I'm trying to upload some pictures, but it doesn't work. When I click on 'image', the only thing I can do is paste a link. When I do that, this website says it doesn't support this link. Can't I just paste a picture in the message? You have to click "more reply options" bottom right of the reply box, then "attach files." Thank you! It worked
  9. haha, nice I'm trying to upload some pictures, but it doesn't work. When I click on 'image', the only thing I can do is paste a link. When I do that, this website says it doesn't support this link. Can't I just paste a picture in the message?
  10. Hahaha, do you wear kilts and play bagpipes? I'm trying to upload some pictures, Harm
  11. Hello, My name is Harm and I am (obviously) new to this forum. I live in Holland, that's where my name comes from. I understand that in the English language it would be a strange name. I am 22 years old, and my profession is biology teacher. I still study Biology myself though. My grandfather introduced me to hunting. I have no huntinglicense yet, but would like to learn hunting myself and to get me a license this year. I have three hunting ferrets. Two jills and one hob. The jills are part eu polecat, but very tame, and perfect for hunting rats and rabbits, and even mice in t
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