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Old 05-17-2020, 18:16   #1
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Just shot 2 of the garden eaters tonight, 10-22 with a can works great.
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Old 05-21-2020, 22:19   #2
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Originally Posted by Rifleman55 View Post
Just shot 2 of the garden eaters tonight, 10-22 with a can works great.
But did you eat them?
They make great gravy.
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We don't have a garden, so these little guys give us great pleasure watching them eat our clover. One of the reasons we moved to this property...Same with squirrels, 'coons, and possums. We love our wildlife...

Understand those who garden for food, but our farm's previous own had a saying about planting crops (which he did): for crop planning, figure 1/3 loss due to disease/drought, 1/3 loss due to critters (crows, rabbits, ground-hogs, etc.), and 1/3 yours. He was likely spot-on. Frankly, were I to grow corn, it would be for the wildlife...
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