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Who’s bred any decent litters out grafters? Been left stuck an could be doing With couple kitts ☹️

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I got a couple your welcome too don👍let me know if your stuck.

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I've got  a few here out of my best hob and 2 Jill's. your more than welcome too take your pick. Not sure how far away I am.

be ready in about 3 weeks 

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I’ve got a litter here you can have as many as you want ... the ferrets  do a little bit  through the year ... their ok like ......

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Just look for kitts fed on kitten food , day olds , and they will have enough stamina for a full days graft 4/5 days a week in fact does the site looney no have any spare you can have  ?.

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Don got litter 10 out my two they done some graft last season come take what you want.

PUD

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I've got a litter if your stuck father 8 still grafting and mother 6 working 3 days a week through the season you can have what ever you want 

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On 13/06/2019 at 20:24, The one said:

Just look for kitts fed on kitten food , day olds , and they will have enough stamina for a full days graft 4/5 days a week in fact does the site looney no have any spare you can have  ?.

Haha. Mine are propper  never been out yet or proven. But I guarantee they bolters not diggers.. I've had a fair few ferrets in my time and they bolt. I don't ever take a spade.. Just me nets and sometimes a dog.. Belive it or not .. I've got 4 kits spare at moment. They are in experimentation mode just feeding perpose..  Do you all think if you feed Meat it makes a difference to its hunting instincts..  Yes it does. They kill in. So take your spade... Good luck.. 

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31 minutes ago, Our team said:

Haha. Mine are propper  never been out yet or proven. But I guarantee they bolters not diggers.. I've had a fair few ferrets in my time and they bolt. I don't ever take a spade.. Just me nets and sometimes a dog.. Belive it or not .. I've got 4 kits spare at moment. They are in experimentation mode just feeding perpose..  Do you all think if you feed Meat it makes a difference to its hunting instincts..  Yes it does. They kill in. So take your spade... Good luck.. 

I've had 1 dig in the last 2 years and that was only because she found a nest of babies.  

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Digging is inevitable at some point if you put enough in front of them and ot im sure you will catch a couple of bites with some of those lines 

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Looking for a couple myself, covered one Jill but she hasn't took any help would be appreciated SW Scotland don't mind travelling to pick them up always out and about 

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44 minutes ago, Lee farrington said:

I've had 1 dig in the last 2 years and that was only because she found a nest of babies.  

Realy. 

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6 minutes ago, brambles said:

Looking for a couple myself, covered one Jill but she hasn't took any help would be appreciated SW Scotland don't mind travelling to pick them up always out and about 

Keep you informed. 

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11 minutes ago, Blackmag said:

Digging is inevitable at some point if you put enough in front of them and ot im sure you will catch a couple of bites with some of those lines 

Haha. Hey. I'm telling you. My jills never ever ever kill in. And I promise that.. Hobs might  but jills won't...  I never take hobs out  they just ya breeders. No good for ratting and  bank up all time.. And the feckers move....  Don't get me wrong if you a bleeper man all good..  I've got a mk3  but I will only use it on Jill till she's proven bolter then I won't need it  and they good for hobs. And for foxing in winter.. Just strap em to your dog collar.. 

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