Rough Shoot at North Dairy Farm, Pulham, Dorset.
Shoot: Rough Shoot with a river running through property good woodland Hedges and ditches. Shoot 1- 700 acres.
A 780 acre area with excellent wild stocks of Ground game Partridge and wild Pheasant some pigeon and some good Roe Deer, the land has a river running through it giving good wild Mallard, generally arable land and grass undulating terrain we will put cover crops down for the next season and instigate a feeding regime to maintain the birds here.
Shooting arrangements 7 days we have the full lease here now.
What species on land:
- Roe Deer.
- Pheasant: October 1st – February 1st.
- Partridge: September 1st – February 1st.
- Pigeon: No closed season.
- Mallard: (inland) September 1st – January 31st.
- Snipe: October 1st –January 31st.
- Woodcock: October 1st – January 31st.
- Hare: No Season.
- Rabbit: No Season.
- Vermin: No Season.
Shotgun or suitable rifle for stalking
How to get there:
Graham Hosie’s farm:
Before entering Pulham you will see x junction take first left of Dorchester road, before you enter Pulham if you see pub on left 100yds past junction you missed the turn follow the road pass church set of road on left , (signed Canning’s court follow road around to the left and at severe bend to right farm bears of left up a rough stone track park and try to meet Graham.
Go on your own steam but book with us first as we have limited guns and ensure you inform me 48 hours prior and then park in yard and leave note farmers name is Graham Hosie at North Dairy Farm Pulham Dorset DT2 7EA. 07968135131
And Graham House the second shoot at Laurence Farm of the Dorchester B3143 after leaving Pulham we travel 1.5 miles till next junction take left to Map Powder 2 miles on left farm is situated. Yellow sign. 01300-345232
(Sign, date, name, member no on forms at farmhouse, left prior or after finishing the shoot if farmer not available, forms held by both these farmers please).
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