caught a good pig yesterday on farmland not far from fishers track erua area, I am not holding out much hope but maybe he wonderd out on to fishers track and someone picked him up,he is a big grey brindle greyhound type Lockley dog, like I said I am not holding out much hope as it was a good battle and there was a lot of blood every where when I finally caught up to the dogs and killed the pig, so if any one hears of any thing please give me a bell.
kaitieke1 wrote:giday Graeme
no, this dog was quite q spooky type of dog, very nice natured but very cautious of people other than myself or my kids, the voluntary work never came to anything as the ground is still to wet and rain is still falling. some of those guys have lost wool sheds, covered yards and even houses to that storm, when the ground drys up and the rain stops I will get down there but its usless trying to much at the moment. we have a rain warning again for today so that's not going to help things very much. back to my dog things arnt looking good there either, I left a swannie and a jersy in 2 different spots and they had not been slept on, also there are fencers on the road and he hasn't gone out there either, bloody shame as he was shaping up to be a bloody good dog. I am shifting this weekend so if you feel the urge to come south for a few days give us a holler.
kaitieke1 wrote:giday garaeme
I have so many people helping us move its not funny, at this stage there are 3 horse trucks and 6 horsefloats plus 3 tandem trailers so we have got the move coverd, was thinking maybe in 2 weeks time if you guys came down and we could get rid of a few of those deer that are in the crop paddocks, still no sighn of my dog, this will be the 3rd dog that I have lost to a pig in 4 years, such a waste, you put so much time and money and effort into getting them to this stage and one shitty pig and its all over, its not even like I run a team of meat heads just bad luck ehy,
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