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    Ratting

Ratting

Getting their teeth into the rats – the Surrey Rat Pack By Mark Bates. WE had a ratting day scheduled at Odiham, Hampshire, and the day started like any other Sunday with a wake-up call at 6am to load the Jeep with the usual kit; smoker, spade, fork and the

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    Deerstalking

Deerstalking

How to acquire land for deerstalking By Tom Cackett. I’M not sure which is more difficult – acquiring your first bit of deerstalking land, or getting your firearms certificate renewed in less than six months (without any mistakes on it). I won’t name the offending police force, but my new

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    Trapping

Trapping

Adjusting to different trapping techniques By Steve Caple. IT has finally arrived, I have reached that point in my rural pest control career where I can now pick and choose as to whether I want to work or not. No, I have not fully retired but I am in the

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    Terriers

Terriers

Let’s bring the outcrossing debate of the Plummer Terrier to a conclusion by Trevor Simcock. I HAD originally intended to reply to Phil Kettle’s letter, In it for the long haul! (16/1/19), in The Countryman’s Weekly soon after it was published. However, time flies and since then additional and misleading

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    Gundogs

Gundogs

Cotswold gundog people with a national reputation By Dale le Vack. ARLENE and Philip White are well known in the world of driven game shooting, breeding, and judging gundogs. Their work over more than 30 years earned them a national reputation from their Cotswold home. Now retired, Arlene keeps ‘Meg’

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    Canine Behaviour

Canine Behaviour

Adapting to a new way of living By Penny Taylor. IT is said that we humans are one of the most adaptable species on earth, but I am sure the domestic dog comes a close second, apart from such widely-spread creatures as rats, cockroaches and other pervasive pests which find

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