The usual view of either one or both of the two terriers on their morning or evening walk as they work the edge of a wheat field hunting for anything they can find. As far they are concerned they are simply fulfilling the prime directive for Jack Russell Terriers, hunting rodents and preferably rats.
There won't be a lot of rats until the ears of wheat begin to ripen, then things can get just a little bit frenzied but training and honing your skills, along with being prepared, is everything and that's Minnow on the left and Barney on the right.
While they work away along the border of the wheat field I dare to sit down and do a little fish spotting in the dyke and this is the response I get. The close range stare and 'have you got any training treats handy boss?'
'We've been training.'