I venion worth its weight in gold or are folk just hungery.
Keep reading about poaching and guys having land whiped from under there. I am very lucky apart from my lease in Scotland all my land I shoot on belongs to my father, brother the guy I do the red deer for or my bothers friends. So loosing my shooting land is very slim.
But the key facter for me is I live in Leicestershire and we have no wild herds of fallow or red a few roe and munties moving in so The venison is no here yet.
But what worries me is I know where there is a roe doe living and the odd munti. and in the current market I fear that if I told the masses around me they would soon be in a freeze.
I feel for anyone who has land along way from home that they shoot on, it must be difficult to police. As I see it shooting on land without permission or bunging a pile of cash to the land owner to out bid the current gun to get the shooting its all poaching one way or another.
End game is I dont have this problem yet.....................