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Country Shows & Events

We provide both static displays and arena demonstrations showing how to use ferrets in rabbit control, with only nets and ferrets and equipment used in days ferreting. Below are some of the shows we have attended in the past.

  • Newbury Agricultural Show
  • Newbury Race Course
  • Blenheim palace
  • Ascot Countryside day
  • Bath and West Game and Country show
  • Welsh Game Fair
  • The Chilterns Festival
  • Shropshire County show
  • Bucks County show
  • Thame Game & Country show
  • Hampshire Country Fair



Learn more about these loveable animals and their origins.

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Get up close to the ferrets and let us answer your questions

Upcoming Shows

Below is a list of upcoming shows where you can come and enjoy our Ferret Racing Displays

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What Our Customers Have to Say About Our Shows

We appreciate our customers’ feedbacks!
Here’s what some of our customers say about our past shows and events.
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"Never had so many people come to the fete to see the ferrets"
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"Ferrets racing brilliant between the main wedding and guests coming in the evening "
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Thank for helping us raise much needed funds for the school / church
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"The public loved the ferret racing , such fund having a winner now and again"
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"Enjoyed the ferret racing and grand final"
"Mick hope you can make it again next year we all enjoyed the ferret racing"

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What Is A Ferret?
The ferret is the domesticated member of the Order Carnivora, Family Mustelidae and Genus Mustela. This means that ferrets are meat-eaters and one of the members of the weasel family. A common misconception is that ferrets are rodents. This is absolutely not the case, as rodents are a completely different scientific order.
Is the ferret a wild animal?
No, a ferret is not a wild animal. Unlike its cousins, the otter, weasel and badger, the domestic pet ferret is NOT a wild animal. Ferrets were domesticated by humans as early as 63 BCE.
Do ferrets make good pets?
Yes! Ferrets combine the best features of dogs and cats with some unique features of their own. Like cats, ferrets are small and quiet. Like dogs, they are affectionate, playful, and enjoy human interaction. They are independent, yet enjoy being with people. Their mischievous and playful nature, retained well into old age, makes them entertaining companions.
Do ferrets bite?
A healthy, well-trained ferret should not bite. Like all pets, ferrets need to be taught what acceptable behavior is. Ferrets have a lower bite rate than other household pets - you are less likely to be bit by a ferret than by the family dog.
How long do ferrets live?
A healthy ferret can live anywhere from 6 to 10 years. The best way to maintain a healthy ferret is to be certain to take your ferret for vaccinations and annual vet check-ups.