Its funny how things play out. I have been wanting to approach a farmer re some fox shooting on another small chicken farm but just haden't called in. Anyway couple of weeks ago I was on route to another foxing foray when as I drove past noticed somebody in the yard. Quick u turn in the road and into the yard. Spoke to the farmer who asked mme to speak to his son.
Now I am dressed in full cammo so not normal way to do introductions, explained who I was and where I shoot locally and did they have a fox problem. Yes they did and how much would we charge to shoot fox for them.!!!!
I said we did fox control FOC but in exchange could we shoot rabbits, pigeons and deer on the farm. This was ok and the farmer said he would give me a map of the farm and give me a tour. We exchanged mobile nos.
We arranged to meet up the next week and we had a tour of the place and he explained the problem. Paperwork signed off and looks fine. We had two forays so far both unproductive but have clocked a couple of foxs, just need to get to grips with the lay out and the runs.
Best bit is this farm joins up two of my exisciting perms so its a final bit in the jigsaw.
So we are looking forward to yet more foxing and for thoose who struggle with perms just persevere and luck will eventually favour you.