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  1. Done it loads time’s, no luck needed
  2. Bolster chisel an a wee heavy hammer will sort em, mind your hands
  3. Jackdaws it is up here, crows aswell but fcuk the poor jackdaws are crawling with them
  4. At very least it drive em batty till they either die or flies leave em alone, is it a bad year for them? Iv saw more this summer than in me whole life
  5. Then ask council or get some plastic sheeting an bags an wrap them up individual mate an tape them up tight, then they can go in bags, they bags are big an used to be able to put a bag on each end an tape on middle if that makes sense, if they never fitted in single bag, better it’s wrapped tho the better
  6. Pva an water makes all diff
  7. You’ll find one now within a month, watch an see
  8. What part country do you call em keds mate?
  9. Some breeder don’t even know the called hobs an jills
  10. Thank fcuk I’m not only one that get heebie jeebie, way them
  11. The reason o posted is I found a young owl last night an after handling it me an me lad both had flat flies on us, mentioned it to a mate an he reckoned that’s what annoyed the owl into banging about in building, an once they come onto is owl was cool to go again, makes sense an I googled it a bit as I know the deffo on corvids an deer an a swift we found on floor few weeks ago. But seems they do like tawnys aswell, so maybe that’s answer to the young tawny last night
  12. Deff last 24 hours of left alone, mate killed one at brekkie table after days shooting a while back run across his forehead an he freaked out said it’d been on him all night in bed nowt much phases me these days but ticks an flat flies kill me
  13. It’s incase it’s spilled during transit mate an the landfill site is already gonna he contaminated so why care about it? Funny ole world eh
  14. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippoboscidae mostly found up this way on certain mammals like sheep an deer, an found on a lot of birds, especially jackdaws, crows, swifts an owls that iv found so far. they look like a fly but run around your body, an when flicked off come straight back as tho they attached by elastic when they reach maybe 6 inch off you, as name says they can go flat so you can’t squash them unless you are brutal an brutal you best be Cos they annoy the fcuking life out ye fcuk off come on, surely I ain’t only one that spends some time in countryside
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