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Re: How To KILL A Raccoon That's Raiding Your Garden
« Reply #195 on: December 15, 2016, 05:49:49 AM »
My place got hit again, lost half my Duck breeding stock, and my last Narragansett Turkey hen.

Time for Astrolorps  chickens, I guess...  they're mean and will go after anything threatening them.  Good snake killers.
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Re: How To KILL A Raccoon That's Raiding Your Garden
« Reply #196 on: December 15, 2016, 05:53:24 AM »
My place got hit again, lost half my Duck breeding stock, and my last Narragansett Turkey hen.

Time for Astrolorps  chickens, I guess...  they're mean and will go after anything threatening them.  Good snake killers.
Brother had a couple, very sweet chickens.
Are your dogs sleepin on the job?
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Re: How To KILL A Raccoon That's Raiding Your Garden
« Reply #197 on: December 17, 2016, 07:29:27 AM »
Brother had a couple, very sweet chickens.
Are your dogs sleepin on the job?

Darn HOUSE DOGs...  bark at shooting stars and passing cars, hardly a night goes by they don't bark about something - cameras were out of sync, and missed it all.

Black Astrolorps are notoriously protective and mean.  A Buff Orpington is a calm, peaceful chicken.

Maybe we'll get back into Royal Palm Turkeys - the Toms will take on dogs without hesitation.
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Re: How To KILL A Raccoon That's Raiding Your Garden
« Reply #198 on: June 04, 2017, 05:05:51 PM »
Lent my big traps out and can't remember who got them.

Been battling coons for a few months now. Exwife was feeding chickens by throwing feed in the yard. Wouldn't listen to reason. She moved out and I am back on my farm. Now I have a coon problem. Malrin is not available here, not by law, but I think varmit demand is flyin it off the shelves. Putting to the test tonight. Lost three chickens per eve all month. How can they be so smart as to apprehend a delectable slice of ham floating on an inch of straw halfway down a 55gal barrel but fall for grape soda?
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