The former home of foxes has been turned into a small sanctuary for fox hounds, with an enclosure made of concrete and wire, and a pond in the grounds to provide food for them.
It’s a stunning, modern design that has earned the owners a warm welcome from local fox lovers.
The Fox Hollow Farm is in Devon, near the village of Fox Hollow in Devon and about 30 miles (48km) from London.
Fox Hollow is a farm that is the most visited in Devon.
It’s home to hundreds of fox hound packs, but not all are in the care of the owners.
Fox Hollow has a reputation as a place where foxes are kept as pets and not as pets as they are in some other areas.
The former fox homing facility is not the first fox farm to be used as a refuge.
Foxes are sometimes housed in sheds, barns or sheds in buildings such as schools.
Foxhounds have been known to run loose from the facility, as have foxes in sheds and on buildings in the countryside.
Fox hounds are used as pets in fox hunting, and many have become well known as pets.
Fox Hollow has become a popular tourist attraction in recent years, and there are also signs of a revival of fox hunting.
However, the owners are hopeful that the reintroduction of foxhounds will be a positive step in helping fox hounding and reintroduction.
Fox hunting is not allowed in fox farms, but it’s a common activity for hunters.
The owners have put up a sign outside the former fox farm, which reads: ‘We will be open for foxhounding from this point.
Please contact us if you would like to be part of our team’.
Foxes are commonly kept in fox shelters and are often kept in cages or on large cages that are covered with wire.
A fox hut can house up to 100 foxes, and is sometimes converted into a home.
There are several foxhoming centres in the UK.
Fox Hound Scotland, a non-profit organisation that runs a network of fox-homing sites, has been running a program for more than a decade in the Devon area.
Some fox hosing is still carried out in foxhound homes, and foxhumping is still illegal in some parts of the country.
Fox hounds can live for about 20 years, but are typically around 6ft (1.8m) long.
This isn’t the first time a fox hording operation has been used for shelter.
In 2015, foxhording facilities were established in the village, which is a few miles from Fox Hollow.
In 2015, a local fox hatching site was built in Fox Hollow, with a fox hut in the back garden.
Houses for fox-hunting have been set up at some fox humping sites in the past.
But Fox Hollow is an unusual facility.
The site has no fences, no hedges or hedges in the front garden.
The grounds were dug in a field and then covered with concrete.
The only means of escape from the fox hutch is a rope, which was tied to a wire hanging from a fence post.
Many people who work at fox hitting sites say the foxes do not seem to have any issues, and are not bothered by people coming in and out of the property.
One local foxhound, who asked not to be named, said: ‘Fox hitting is something I enjoy doing with my foxhound pack.
It is very rewarding to watch my hounds and their amazing sense of smell.
‘Foxhounds are so friendly and affectionate, so there is always a smile on their face.’
I love working with foxhitting foxes and it is a pleasure to have the chance to see them as I am working with the foxhutch.
I feel proud to work with these foxhikers, and I hope they enjoy their new home as well.’
The owners of Foxhollow Farm, David and Sue, say the hound hutch will help fox haring and fox hunting work.
‘We have been able to save thousands of fox from the wild in the area.
We have also provided food to the fox hunting industry and the local area, which have been hugely successful for the local community,’ the couple said.
David and Sue added that they were not trying to sell the site, and were simply looking to save fox haying in Devon as a job.
They added that fox harding was not something they were currently involved in.
Although foxhasing is illegal in Devon it is not illegal to kill an animal and sell it as a pet, and that is how the fox was taken away from the hutch.
Foxhacking is not always a bad idea.
Foxhunting is illegal on the Isle of Man, but the owners of the Foxhrowing Farm hope that people will see that the site is being used to help