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Re: Foxes
« Reply #15 on: November 05, 2009, 08:31:42 pm »
Oh YES they are!  My neighbouring farm near Old Rayne had three Setts.  Elizabeth and John just left them as they believed if they turfed them out they might get another lot that carried TB.  The ones they had seemed to be free of it.  Don't ask me how they found that out though.
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