Spring has truly sprung and many of you will be preparing to go woodpigeon shooting. Acres of Rape, favoured by huge flocks of birds during the winter and early spring, are now in flower so they have naturally diverted their attention and set their sights on other, more nutritious food sources - like recently sown fields of cereal crops.
Woodpigeons (woodies) are considered a major agricultural pests and in some cases can cause extensive damage to crops resulting in poor crop yields that can have a serious economic impact on a farmer's income. They therefore need to be controlled.
So, with this in mind, over the course of the next couple of weeks we will be blogging our hearts out and will hopefully assist you in despatching these wiley woody's, on a same day service, to the dinner plate.