Badger Baiting in Flintham Woods

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Badger Baiting in Flintham Woods

Courtesy of Nottinghamshire Archives

Flintham Woods
Flintham
England

Badger Baiting, Flintham Woods on the Flintham Hall estate, pre 1914. Considered verminous and harmful to cattle, badgers were hunted using a live specimen (on leash) to flush out 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.

Date: 1911

Organisation Reference: NCCE000051

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