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clive ibotson

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Grass cutting
« Posted: 31 May 2015, 19:03:38 »
The chap who is doing the grass cutting at maltings green and the churchyard is doing a good job,would it be possible for him to sort out the badgers.

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Re: Grass cutting
« Reply #1 Posted: 31 May 2015, 20:09:39 »

No don't get your thinking mate, what links cutting grass to killing Badgers? :-\

clive ibotson

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Re: Grass cutting
« Reply #2 Posted: 31 May 2015, 22:19:35 »
All my mates know I have an obscure sence of humour,maybe I'm just trying to get a debate going about the badger invasion in the village,it's not that serious!

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Re: Grass cutting
« Reply #3 Posted: 31 May 2015, 22:49:26 »

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Re: Grass cutting
« Reply #4 Posted: 01 Jun 2015, 21:04:16 »

No don't get your thinking mate, what links cutting grass to killing Badgers? :-\

Agreed. ::)

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Re: Grass cutting
« Reply #5 Posted: 06 Jul 2015, 19:10:40 »
I think its common practice to connect a hose to your mower and stick it in the badger hole as they stick there heads out to breath nip the mower over them.
you will need quiet a good mower as you dont want an angry badger chasing you round