Farmer "angry that a hunt came across his land without permission"
02 March 2010
A farmer on Friday's Liveline radio show expressed his anger that a foxhunt came on to his land without permission. Listen to what the farmer had to say by downloading and listening to the show below.
Listen to the show
Liveline, RTE Radio
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Keep hunters off your land: Further information
Make it known publicly that your land is off-limits to hunters. Place a preservation notice in your local newspaper now. Here is a sample notice that you may wish to use: "Take notice that all my lands at [Insert address(es) of land] are private and preserved day and night. All forms of hunting and shooting are strictly prohibited. Trespassers will be prosecuted. Signed [Insert name(s) of landowner]"
For more information, click on Farmers at www.banbloodsports.com. You may also wish to contact the Farmers Against Foxhunting and Trespass organisation which is happy to offer advice to landowners. Chairman, Philip Lynch, can be reached at 056-7725309. Visit the FAFT website at: www.myspace.com/farmersagainstfoxhunting
Leaflet: Farmers Against Foxhunting and Trespass