SOS Villages: in Seine-Maritime, one of the last trappers in France is looking for a buyer

SOS Villages: in Seine-Maritime, one of the last trappers in France is looking for a buyer
SOS Villages: in Seine-Maritime, one of the last trappers in France is looking for a buyer

The profession of trapper is rather unknown in France.

It consists of trapping wild animals that come into our gardens.

Right now, you can try the adventure by responding to an ad on our SOS Villages website.

You might think it was an investigator. Rémy Guerinot, who practices his profession in Seine-Maritime, is in reality a trapper. Concretely, it traps wild animals that come into your garden. Like this farmer where 30 chickens and ducks were attacked in one year.

After 18 years of service, the professional, who is one of the only ones to practice this profession in France, wants to turn the page. Once his successor is found, Rémy Guerinot will spend a well-deserved retirement in Canada, the true country of trappers. “I am calling on SOS Villages in the hope of being able to train and support a possible buyer. Retirement has arrived so I continue to wait for a buyer, because the clients are very worried about not having anyone left.” he said in the report at the top of this article.

On this other site, he attacks the moles installed in the garden.

The company has been for sale for a year for 180,000 euros. In addition to a monthly salary of around 3,000 euros net, the working conditions are pleasant.


The editorial staff of TF1 Reportage – Lucas Barbier, Antoine Santos

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