Bidstrup, 362/365, Uge 52, Bidstrup, Hadsten
In the background, you can see Bidstrup goods, which in 1769 was responsible for a historical wolf hunt. Already at that time, it was clear that the wolf was close to extermination as a result of the statutory wolves. Between Laurbjerg and Knudstrup lies Ulvegården, which has its name because it is near the place where the Bidstrup powder was shot.
... "On January 12, 1769, a clapper hunt for public measures was held. At the place where Hovlbjerg Forest belonging to Frijsenborg extends towards Bidstrup Forest, there was then a swampy Elleskov, and here it was, the Council of Justice managed to encounter two wolves, he shot one, one he, the other escaped, and one never heard anything to it. "