I used to teach in a fox-hunting area, and amongst my pupils were the kennelman's sons. It was quite clear from their diary work that the hunt bred foxes.
At about the same time I saw demonstrated a fox trap. This large device, holding bait, shut when a fox entered. The animal was free to move about until shot the next morning. As a cheap and efficient device, it could not be bettered.
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