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Thread: Hampshire - Help you out with foxing/rabitting/etc etc. dont nec. want to shoot

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    Hampshire - Help you out with foxing/rabitting/etc etc. dont nec. want to shoot

    Hi Guys, I have been in stockbridge, hampshire for about a year, working for an agricultural fencing contractor. Before here I farmed organic broiler chickens, and parkland fallow so used to shoot a fair bit. I havent shot much recently and I am just keen to get into the scene, so willing to hold a lamp, open gates etc. just to get involved. I have open cert. 243 and 17hmr, I'm 25, and studying for a msc in rural estate management later this year in gloucester (incase anyones up there!)
    Thanks a lot,
    Eric

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    also have dsc 1 if it helps!
    Thanks again.

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    Still keen to help, not even shoot! Can offer some potential rabbitting, pigeons over the crop later on in the year, maybe even a high seat for roe nr. godalming in surrey (small 250 acre family farm but with lots of footpaths etc.) at some point.
    Cheers guys.

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    Where are you nr godalming and what's your farm called . Chances are I know of it . I might need a hand lamping later in the year if you pm me yourdetails . I'll have about 3000 acres of foxing and rabbiting land too take care of in the short space of time between harvest and seeding .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acm View Post
    Where are you nr godalming and what's your farm called . Chances are I know of it . I might need a hand lamping later in the year if you pm me yourdetails . I'll have about 3000 acres of foxing and rabbiting land too take care of in the short space of time between harvest and seeding .
    Let me know if you need a hand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric parker View Post
    Hi Guys, I have been in stockbridge, hampshire for about a year, working for an agricultural fencing contractor. Before here I farmed organic broiler chickens, and parkland fallow so used to shoot a fair bit. I havent shot much recently and I am just keen to get into the scene, so willing to hold a lamp, open gates etc. just to get involved. I have open cert. 243 and 17hmr, I'm 25, and studying for a msc in rural estate management later this year in gloucester (incase anyones up there!)
    Thanks a lot,
    Eric
    Talk to Jelen...

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    Cheers for the reply ACM, I'm keen! our farm is in Hambledon, called feathercombe farm. Its only 250 acres, let by Peter Knight at the mo if you know him? I used to work for a guy called Ant Baker in Elstead on Oxenford farm if you know that also? I'll pm you my details.

    All things shooting, thanks, I know of Jelen, I did my Dsc with Mike. I'm trying to organise something with him at tho mo.

    Cheers.

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