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    Got my very first stoat today with the doc 200
    Sis took pic them sent it to me on snap chat. It stuck pretty bad been there awoley the rails in the fresser hopefully there be a swap comp next year. Got it at the duck pound

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    The knife is a buck 112 it's about 18 centermeaters

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    freeze the tail you will be in. I saw a weasle on the way to town tonight.
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    Dam atoecorect yes I meant tail

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    Had a couple of pricks join me while I milked this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Had a couple of pricks join me while I milked this morning.
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    Are you putting milk in a dish for them Dundee? Milk is on the list of foods to avoid -
    Hedgehog Food List - What to Feed Your Hedgehog | Hedgehog Care 101
    Never feed hedgehogs milk as it can cause diarrhoea; instead provide plain, fresh water in a shallow bowl.

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    Those two won't need milk where they have gone
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    Went for a walk up the Quarry Park today to check a few traps - 10 Sentinel possum traps and a few Snap rat traps - no possums but three rats - bait on Sentinels was stripped so installed more Snap traps - could be rats or mice

    He might have been there for a week


    A solid strike


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    Looks like this blue stuff might be good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Those two won't need milk where they have gone
    How did they die @Dundee

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    This years ducklings staying around about 12 od must be the rats stoat and cat i killed with the doc 200 snap traps and 12 gauge 4 da cat

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    Nice work FatLabrador - birds soon learn when they are safe from predators

    Went for a wander round the Park this morning - checked 10 stations - each has a Sentinel possum trap, Snap rat trap and a Philproof rat bait station - no possums, just five rats - possums have not recovered in the last year - but the rats are coming back
    Proof that bait stations on their own donít work - bait not touched in the Philproof bait stations but rats caught in a Snap trap on the same tree - but if you were a rat - why would you eat Ditrac rat bait when there is so much summer feed around - and blue stuff in a Snap trap

    Silly young rat left his tail behind
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    Had a great day today - found a furry creature that had been to the Doc - I had this trap running continuously for about two years all over the property and never caught a ferret - decided to shift it two weeks ago from central positions, rear and side boundaries and now down to the boundary nearest SH2 - where I often see road kill stoats and ferrets - bingo - got one
    I nailed the buggar on the post beside the Doc250 - maybe his mates will come looking and I read a few days ago that stoats are attracted to ferret scent - plenty round there!
    Also been getting rats back up the Quarry Park - five a couple of days ago - but no possums - they have not recovered in the nine months I have been away - but looks the rats have recovered well

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    Good job @time out good read this. Do u enter the sawp comp

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    Coming back from river last night two kittens were on side of road,couldn't quite get a road kill.Too quick for the rifle.So I sent the dog into the bush and the feral moggy attacked my dog left her screaming like a girl and ran for home. Trap set now.
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    Ur dog didn't losse an eye then. My labs had some close calls with a possum scratching 5mm away from eye. And a magpie pulling his eye lid.

 

 

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