I searched but couldn't find any relevant postings on the subject.
Now, I'm fully aware of the safety and insurance liabilties and associated "professional indemnity" policy/premium issues and I know I could just work out a reasonable rate per hour plus travel plus ammo and/or any other asociated costs. There's nothing deficient with either my arithmetic or my understanding of the concept of a "duty of care". The problem is, you can compute a charge anywhere from as little as a fiver per fox to shoot next door's foxes to several hundreds of pounds to shoot a single particularly evasive fox far from home.
However, I've had several enquiries recently and the enquirers would like me to say how much I might charge them, if I deal with their problem.
So, what do you think would be a reasonable amount to charge per fox, to shoot them?
Going on the working premise of "No Kill No Fee".