Elk in the Neighborhood- photos added

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Re: Elk in the Neighborhood- photos added

Postby tst » Mon Jan 24, 2022 10:51 am

The elk on the far right looks nice and fat, you could have an elk roast at your next cub fest

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Re: Elk in the Neighborhood- photos added

Postby Eugene » Mon Jan 24, 2022 11:16 am

I checked the internet for elk season in Colorado. Nope, out of season. Crop or property damage, reason for taking one elk??? Probably not.

Some folks in Linn, Mo. area use to raise elk. For a couple years I would purchase $100-/$200- in elk meat and give to my folks as a Christmas present. Folks really like the meat and decided to purchase some local/central Iowa elk meat. Something wasn't right with the Iowa grown elk meat. Folks asked me not to give them any more elk.
I have an excuse. CRS.

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Re: Elk in the Neighborhood- photos added

Postby SamsFarm » Mon Jan 24, 2022 1:13 pm

Choot 'em! :)

I'd grant landowners the right to do what they want with wildlife that tresspasses on their property, especially the ones that jump established fences!

Eugene wrote:I checked the internet for elk season in Colorado. Nope, out of season. Crop or property damage, reason for taking one elk??? Probably not.

Some folks in Linn, Mo. area use to raise elk. For a couple years I would purchase $100-/$200- in elk meat and give to my folks as a Christmas present. Folks really like the meat and decided to purchase some local/central Iowa elk meat. Something wasn't right with the Iowa grown elk meat. Folks asked me not to give them any more elk.


Probably too much roundup ready corn in the Iowa elk!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Look at this fence jumping elk! It wont make that mistake again!

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