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    Southern Deer Services

    Hello all,

    I'm a member of a deer management group (all members with deer management qualifications and fully insured) operating across the south of England and Wales.

    We do not charge for our services; while we pride ourselves on providing a professional and dedicated service, we are either recreational or retired so a freezer full of venison for us, the landowners and our families is our objective. We do not take out paying clients so have no interest in 'trophies', our focus is entirely on a cull plan agreed with the landowner.

    We have all our own equipment, including high seats, and I'm happy to meet to discuss your needs etc.

    Please contact me by private message, or visit our website for more detail.

    Regards

    Southern Deer Services
    www.southerndeerservices.co.uk

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    most here would quite correctly expect payment for stalking,

    btw if anyone has free stalking ... yes please.

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    Interesting. Not sure if it's for me though!

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    There's a particular very common but strangely marked black deer with white flashes which is causing a bit of a problem especially in southern England and Wales. Numbers have boomed. Are you able to take these out?
    Tree huggers love them but not sure how they eat.

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    Quote Originally Posted by LALANS View Post
    There's a particular very common but strangely marked black deer with white flashes which is causing a bit of a problem especially in southern England and Wales. Numbers have boomed. Are you able to take these out?
    Tree huggers love them but not sure how they eat.
    https://www.bds.org.uk/index.php/adv...cation/species

    https://www.bds.org.uk/index.php/adv...s/muntjac-deer Muntjac are becoming a problem ,especially for people who have planted small trees . They basically stand on the plant so has to eat the leaves and usually snap the stem. They are unique in that they don't have a breeding season ,so there is an all year round shooting season .
    Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    I think, with respect Skoda, that you may have missed Lalan's point. I reckon that Lalan's concern is about members of the Mustelidae family. The adults are called boars & sows and were once eaten. Not any more of course, they are highly protected.

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    Quote Originally Posted by LALANS View Post
    There's a particular very common but strangely marked black deer with white flashes which is causing a bit of a problem especially in southern England and Wales. Numbers have boomed. Are you able to take these out?
    Tree huggers love them but not sure how they eat.
    Lol. 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaza View Post
    I think, with respect Skoda, that you may have missed Lalan's point. I reckon that Lalan's concern is about members of the Mustelidae family. The adults are called boars & sows and were once eaten. Not any more of course, they are highly protected.
    So where do they get the ingredients for Badger Beer?

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?sour....0.uPJkie_YD5I

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    Quote Originally Posted by b slicker View Post
    So where do they get the ingredients for Badger Beer?

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?sour....0.uPJkie_YD5I
    Dunno. And I'm certainly not going to think about it for too long. I just painted the picture in my sub-conscious for a moment and it wasn't nice. Maybe it tells you on the bottle ?

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    Quote Originally Posted by zaza View Post
    I think, with respect Skoda, that you may have missed Lalan's point. I reckon that Lalan's concern is about members of the Mustelidae family. The adults are called boars & sows and were once eaten. Not any more of course, they are highly protected.
    The new form of UK Buddhism I see .
    Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    Quote Originally Posted by b slicker View Post
    So where do they get the ingredients for Badger Beer?

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?sour....0.uPJkie_YD5I
    I knew there was a reason that beer tastes so good...

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    Re: Southern Deer Services

    Never tasted that beer. Do you have to dig for it ?

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