More wolf nonsense and stupidity..

neilo

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Mixed Farmer
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It’s only a matter of time before they start taking people, particularly small ones, which will make for the obvious reaction. I wonder if the spokesman for Wolf Switzerland will be on hand to describe that as a young wolf’s curiosity?😡

The wolves will run out of as easy prey as their numbers increase, and as sheep get harder to get hold of, either by housing or shepherds packing up. Hungry wolves will move onto the next easiest prey.
 

Dry Rot

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Livestock Farmer
It’s only a matter of time before they start taking people, particularly small ones, which will make for the obvious reaction. I wonder if the spokesman for Wolf Switzerland will be on hand to describe that as a young wolf’s curiosity?😡

The wolves will run out of as easy prey as their numbers increase, and as sheep get harder to get hold of, either by housing or shepherds packing up. Hungry wolves will move onto the next easiest prey.
Maybe release in Scotland is not such a bad thing then.:LOL:
 

steveR

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Maybe release in Scotland is not such a bad thing then.:LOL:
Actuall;y, I am having a ponder... There seems to have been a move to release Munties in Scotland from down here in England, maybe repay the kindness, with some Muntjac control predators.

"Knepp's ethos is to enable natural processes instead of aiming for any particular goals or outcomes."

Seems like a perfect spot to open the tailgate of the trailer...
 

Dry Rot

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Livestock Farmer
Predators often become specialists. Could the Scottish wolves be pre-trained the specialise in certain types of 'small things'?

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