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Michael White is an experienced forager and wild food expert. Here he shares his ferreting expertise - talking us through how best to care for the ferrets, signs to look for when sourcing the rabbits` bury (or burrow), the ideal time of year to go ferreting, permissions and equipment required - mindful of the ethics as well as the benefits of this field sport. A passionate advocate of `nose to tail` eating - he shows a respect for the rabbit as a sustainable wild food resource. http://www.ruralcourses.co.uk/ An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

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Rabbits are a pray animals (r/K selection theory) and are predated on by foxes, hawks etc and of course humans so it’s a good thing to keep their numbers down otherwise they can be very destructive to the environment.

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January 31, 2018

Fantastic Video! Loved my Ferrets when i had them. Going to get some more in the future to go rabbiting with.


January 31, 2018

Really well explained, Michael is an excellent spokesman for ferreting and for rabbits as a sustainable food resource. Thanks for uploading.

Nice video. Well made, well presented and very informative. Thanks.

Steve Griffiths

January 31, 2018

Love my ferrets to bits, awesome little creatures


January 31, 2018

clay game.co.uk.

Richard Griffith

February 1, 2018

I love them … used to have them as a lad and go ferreting and had a real campion hob called Smoky. Unfortunately as an adult I seemed to have developed an allergy to the smell and it gives me a terrible headache. A shame as we did try to rehome a pair and they even got on with our German Shepherd.

Matt Allen

February 1, 2018

Brilliant made video shame no rabbit caught but part of ferreting.

Justin Holifield

February 1, 2018

No way, I've never heard of that. I have eczema, so allergic to loads of animals, but these are hypoallegernic. Real shame for you mate!


February 1, 2018

They're Mustelides not muscavids

edward charles

February 1, 2018


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