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Badger hunting in Flintham Woods

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:Flintham Woods
:Badger hunting in Flintham Woods
:White, F A
:F A White/The Flintham Society
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Badger baiting, Flintham Woods on the Flintham Hall estate, 1911. Considered verminous and harmful to cattle, badgers were hunted using a live specimen (on leash) to flush the others from the set. If necessary, a spade was used to reach the entrenched animals. For further information see 'The Newark Advertiser', 8th March 1911, p8.