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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-20-2019, 07:10 AM
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Originally Posted by oldandslow View Post
I will never understand how government thinks...
Sure you do.... The "Government" is the legislature that empowers the IRS that TAKE what we EARNED and GIVE IT to the Gimmedats while keeping a heap for themselves along the way. The legislature is the body that decides all of the ways they can put their hand in our pocket to TAKE what we earn, deficit spend us into bankruptcy, provide an IOU to the Treasury squarely on OUR BACKS, and they sail into the twilight mightily enriched for their effort.

I will provide the rails if someone will provide the hot tar, someone else the feathers, and a heap of someones to carry their sorry carcasses out of town. Sorrowfully, we can only hope for some relief at the polls.

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I thought we were killing coyotes?
Amazing what is out there that we don't see, no wonder Bigfoot is hard to catch.
A friend was losing lambs, called in a trapper, got 16 from just the square around his place.

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The Conibear got a nice male coyote and my 223 got another one over the weekend.

The real difference maker is soon to happen. The farmer bought a three year old Great Pyrenees that has been a sheep guard dog for the last year. That takes the pressure off of me. I have removed 3 yotes from how many ever packs are involved but in doing so they have been educated a bunch. That dog can smell and hear stuff that this old duffer is oblivious to even while sitting on watch wide awake! Besides it's about time to do a garden and catch some fish!
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post #24 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 12:55 PM
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Llama's do a great job of protecting as well, they don't take any crap from any 'yote.

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