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Posted by Jan Kates on January 12, 2013 at 10:25 PM

Peter's news of day time fox raids (he is not far from me - as the fox marauds, and the news that another neighbour has lost chickens also, leads me to ask if anyone has a basic fox trap design? Of the cage type I mean.

Jan

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5 Comments

Reply julie
2:26 AM on February 27, 2013 
I had day time fox attacks, and one big night attack.
bought myself a Marema dog, now no problems (not really viable unless you are on acreage, and have tolerant neighbours, as Maremas do bark a fair bit, especially at night). My girl gets locked up at night, this discourages her from barking at night. No more fox attacks
Reply Peter Shands
8:15 PM on January 25, 2013 
Urine from ???
Might be great if it were Chateau Vixen 2013 ??
Reply Peter Shands
8:14 PM on January 25, 2013 
Jan Kates says...
Thanks Peter - good advice. I found this mob http://www.traps.com.au/dogtraps.htm#FSD440
and am a little startled at the price - and the fact that I can buy a 30ml bottle of urine to go in it!!!! Well whatever works eh?
Reply Jan Kates
6:44 AM on January 24, 2013 
Thanks Peter - good advice. I found this mob http://www.traps.com.au/dogtraps.htm#FSD440
and am a little startled at the price - and the fact that I can buy a 30ml bottle of urine to go in it!!!! Well whatever works eh?
Reply Peter Shands
5:33 AM on January 24, 2013 
Jan, the commercially built wire traps with a treadle plate to activate work well when set properly with a good smelly (Wood Duck type of bait) and preferably no human scent. Maybe worth a search???
Peter