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Ferreting ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Michael White is an experienced forager and wild food expert. Here he shares his ferreting expertise - talking us through how best to care for the ferrets, signs to look for when sourcing the rabbits` bury (or burrow), the ideal time of year to go ferreting, permissions and equipment required - mindful of the ethics as well as the benefits of this field sport. A passionate advocate of `nose to tail` eating - he shows a respect for the rabbit as a sustainable wild food resource. http://www.ruralcourses.co.uk/ An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 31 January, 2018

16 comments so far

edward charles
February 1, 2018

They're Mustelides not muscavids

Matt Allen
February 2, 2018

I know I was so upset about it … The kids loved them. I did consider setting them up in a proper insulated and warm shed but it would be me having to deal with cleaning and feeding most the time and it's not cool to end up with a near migraine. Had to pass on the idea. Hoping to go out with my friend ferreting later in the year so I can get my fix….lol

Chris Chaplin
February 7, 2018

Totally recommend Michaels ferreting tuition. We had a great day.

Liam & the wild child
February 9, 2018

Mustelides mate

Gary Middle
February 11, 2018

lol ……

gary douglas
February 13, 2018

Most people put the colliers on there working ferrets not put one on to find a missing ferret mate

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