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Old 03-07-2017, 10:09 AM
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No primaries yet so will be a while
Hopefully it doesn't cut into your season too much. It looks like there are plenty of Rabbits about this year although I know their numbers could change by the time the season comes around. Fingers crossed that quarry numbers stay up so you can have a better season this time.

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Old 06-08-2017, 06:08 PM
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Have now got the new ferrets for this season both albino, a hob who I purchased locally his parents are small so hopefully he won't be too big and I can work him but the main reason for getting him is to have him vasectomised and a jill courtesy of Alex Brown. She's a funny one sleeps through everything and anywhere.
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Old 07-08-2017, 06:34 AM
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Have now got the new ferrets for this season both albino, a hob who I purchased locally his parents are small so hopefully he won't be too big and I can work him but the main reason for getting him is to have him vasectomised and a jill courtesy of Alex Brown. She's a funny one sleeps through everything and anywhere.
That Gill is lovely Mick, Ferrets are great, hope you have a good season Mick, how is the Rabbit population looking round your way? Numbers seem to have picked up well around here, fingers crossed that some remain disease free for the Winter.
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Old 07-08-2017, 01:19 PM
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That Gill is lovely Mick, Ferrets are great, hope you have a good season Mick, how is the Rabbit population looking round your way? Numbers seem to have picked up well around here, fingers crossed that some remain disease free for the Winter.
I'm really pleased with them both, I've started to see a few young around these last couple of weeks but no great numbers.
Hopefully we will all have a better year.
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Old 26-09-2017, 11:13 PM
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Hello Mick

Looking forward to your reports of Archie this season.

Good luck with the Ferrets. Surely they have got to help you get some flights this winter.

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Old 27-09-2017, 02:07 PM
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Definitely, Archie is very handsome. Wish you All the best.
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Old 27-09-2017, 07:53 PM
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Hello Mick

Looking forward to your reports of Archie this season.

Good luck with the Ferrets. Surely they have got to help you get some flights this winter.

Regards Terry
Hi Terry,
We are not off to very good start I'm afraid. Archie's tail is still not fully down and from what I can tell he has not dropped a single primary, I have not found any feathers on the ground and as he does not normally destroy his dropped feathers it seems odd. I plan to catch him up next week to get a better look at him.
I'm back to one ferret as the new jill had a strange sleep dis-order (Dead Ferret Sleep).
Working on some new permission which hopefully give us more opportunities.
I'll post a picture once I've got him next week.
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