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Would you believe it . Pigeons hitting sugar beet

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Went over to see my farmer friend today . He was pulling his hair out as a lot of pigeons were hitting the the young sugar beet . He has had put gas guns on the fields .  You should hear the language and his views on natural England and packham . Chitting peas will be the next target . I am just standing around scratching my back side .

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get yer air rifle out boi....................silient but deady...............(like them fartz nige does when he is in yer shed)

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13 minutes ago, ditchman said:

get yer air rifle out boi....................silient but deady...............(like them fartz nige does when he is in yer shed)

You must try all non-lethal methods first?

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I dont think nailing the missus to the fence and stuffing straw in her clothes would enhance marital relations, might scare off a few birds though!!

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37 minutes ago, Harnser said:

Went over to see my farmer friend today . He was pulling his hair out as a lot of pigeons were hitting the the young sugar beet . He has had put gas guns on the fields .  You should hear the language and his views on natural England and packham . Chitting peas will be the next target . I am just standing around scratching my back side .

Harnser

Having the same problems here, just started getting a few on the beet  when the ban hit, now peas are up all over the estate , the manager has phoned me twice in the last 4 days begging me to help get the pigeons off but what can I do, not prepared to risk massive fines or a short spell at her majesties pleasure for anyone, Im sticking to the gardening, where I am having to chase the pigeons off with a big 'non lethal' stick, Oh yes, I had the first fledgling woody in the garden today still had the soft beak and feather down, made a bee line for my strawberry patch which is already showing some green fruits, I had to educate the baby pidgy in the error of his (or her) ways.non lethal of course !!!!

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55 minutes ago, old'un said:

You must try all non-lethal methods first?

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That is one good looking shirt to be on a scarecrow

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If things get to bad then I will drive around the farms and put a few shots up to help to keep them off the fields . 

Harnser

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22 minutes ago, Harnser said:

If things get to bad then I will drive around the farms and put a few shots up to help to keep them off the fields . 

Harnser

See the new General licence issued this afternoon. You will be fine protecting that sugarbeet tomorrow.

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On 03/05/2019 at 18:42, old'un said:

You must try all non-lethal methods first?

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Think i used to go to school with him! Always coming out with corny jokes, and didn't his sister av straw blonde hair!

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On ‎03‎/‎05‎/‎2019 at 21:19, JDog said:

See the new General licence issued this afternoon. You will be fine protecting that sugarbeet tomorrow.

i did

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