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been out today weather terrible rain and hail coming off the moors caught a few still plenty of young rabbits about and then a huge rat bolted out of a warren and the plummer terrier nailed it

this was a huge doe rat and the first rat the plummer had seen close up just goes to say ratting comes natural to terriers as we dont hunt them but sooner or later you are going to come accross them and you need ferrets which can look after themselfs

the rabbits have bred for longer than ever this year as it is nearly october and some of the rabbits are only about 4 weeks old

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I had a rat in my shed earlier in the year so I let my bigger hob and one of my jills loose in there with it and well, it didn't last 30 seconds once the silver jill had gotten a hold of it. And I get what you mean with the rabbits breeding loads, I have seen very many, and a lot of hares too.

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