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Old May 15th 2018, 12:13 AM   #1
  May 2018
Allowing Deer Hunting on the Farm


The deer have decided to have a festival in my garden this year. Have tried deer repellent - useless. Now to hot wire all around the garden and criss-crossed over top to prevent jumping in, also with aluminum pie pans all around, with a dollop of peanut butter on said pans so that the deer can lick it and zap the snot out of themselves. Thus run the recommendations from the farm store. So far, hot wire/pie pans/peanut butter seem to be doing the trick, but there are still hoof prints on the lawn, deer out here every night, using my water trough, my salt lick, possibly even my hay. I have always been wary of allowing hunting on my land. I have nothing in principle against guns or against hunting, but my land is an odd shape (you have to REALLY be aware of where the fence lines are, hard to see in the woods at times, so you know you are shooting on the right property), and of course, I've read horror stories of folks shooting horses. Granted, though, those horror stories were mostly city folks.

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