was out early this morning on some new permission - no bucks in sight, but did see a couple of fallow pricket and a roe doe. It was looking like an empty bag as the clock ticked on past 6, but then I spotted a fox (possibly the recent visitor to the landowner's chicken coop) and shot it as per standing instructions of said landowner
Now this was my first fox, and hadn't given much thought to what I should do with carcass. Rather than leaving it in the middle of a field, it went into the hedgerow - logic was this is out of sight of walkers (if not of their dogs) and becomes food for the crows and foxes??
Would be interested to know what people do with a) the occasional fox; and b) multiple carcasses if you are out specifically for fox (e.g. lamping)?