Fieldsports Britain – Half Cut Foxing

The trouble with foxshooting at this time of year is when farmers are cutting late. Fields are grown up and disguise the animals just when they are easiest to shoot, as this year’s young are starting to move around independently. Roy rises to the challenge and gives us a short, sharp foxing expedition. There is plenty more in this week’s show. With the duck and geese migrating in, a top gamebird vet talks about his worries of a bird flu outbreak – and a shoot explains what it is doing about the risk. Two kids enjoy the summer sport of plinking with airpistols, and give their opinion of the best on the market. And Emberleaf Knives says how to strop. There is the News Stump, there is Hunting YouTube – there is lots on offer in this week’s #FieldsportsBritain

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Foxshooting in August

Behind the scenes with Roy:
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Bird Flu

How shoots protect against bird flu

For ShootProtect bird flu insurance, visit
To contact Alan Beynon, visit
To go shooting at Mornacott, visit
For the latest on bird flu in the UK, go to

Air pistols

On test: Crosman air pistols

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What is Emberleaf?
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