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    Stock Training

Stock Training

The importance of stock steady working dogs By Jackie Drakeford. WHERE I live is big sheep country and attracts lots of tourists too. Add holiday seasons, people out with untrained pet dogs and little understanding of the countryside, and there is sheep worrying. It isn’t just tourists by any means

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    Ferrets

Ferrets

Questions to consider when breeding ferrets By James McKay. IT’S that time of year again and everyone is pondering whether to breed his/her ferrets. Before making a hasty decision, there are a few questions to ask yourself. When my book Ferret Breeding was first published a few people said it

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    Wildfowling

Wildfowling

Youngsters and securing the future of wildfowling By Meadowbury. LIKE all modern-day clubs, Gloucestershire Wildfowlers Association (GWA) realise that junior members are the future of our organisation. With the current membership ageing in line with national trends it really is time to do something about it, now! Ask any of

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    Ratting

Ratting

Having a clear out of rats   by Bill Doherty. WHAT a beautiful area of Great Britain the county of Northumberland is. Every form of game abounds and many landowners have capitalised on this bounty. There are some large estates and well-organised shoots amid this land beyond beyond. After the organised

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    Rifles

Rifles

Comparing the rimfire against the FAC air rifle By Nick Hill. RECENTLY, due to minor repairs to my Daystate Pulsar firearms certificate (FAC) air rifle, I had to revert to using my trusty CZ 455 .22 rimfire for three weeks or so. This gets used for specific tasks, but usually

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    Hunting Horses

Hunting Horses

Do all horses suit hunting? By Georgie Archer. EVERYONE who has ever hunted will have an idea of what characteristics they prefer in a hunting horse. Obviously, what constitutes an ‘ideal’ feature depends on the individual. A taller rider may feel more comfortable on a taller or chunkier steed, while

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