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Might be stupid question but does anyone shoot crows in fields that have livestock (sheep) in them? 
 

I will only be shooting in a upwards angle. 
 

I usually try to stay out of these fields but I think it’s my best option. 

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I would check with the livestock owner. Generally it isn’t a problem at this time of year, but when the sheep are in lamb or feeding newborns then it would be a great way to land yourself the blame for any losses. Generally fibre wad over pasture (well everywhere) as sheep live to find ways to die. This includes ingestion of plastic wads. 

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Should of said, farmer is more than happy for me to shoot in these fields. I just wasn’t sure if it was the done thing. 
 

Thanks for the replies guys 👍I’ll be out on Saturday. Wish me luck! 

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4 minutes ago, samadams21 said:

Should of said, farmer is more than happy for me to shoot in these fields. I just wasn’t sure if it was the done thing. 
 

Thanks for the replies guys 👍I’ll be out on Saturday. Wish me luck! 

Good Luck!

and remember, this one is danger close 🤣🤣🤣

 

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2 hours ago, WalkedUp said:

Cattle are forever licking my decoys if we set up on pasture next to a crop. 

always thought you were a bit weird,  cattle licking your decoys?  so thats what you call them?  are you from Norfolk?

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