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Postby jakeesspoo » Tue Nov 01, 2005 9:02 pm

I can get you a cut-out silloute of one of my buddies...deer wont come within a mile of him :!: :lol:

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1947 Circle series Farmall Cub with Armstrong lift, belt pulley, 5"rims 6" tires, SN 563

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Postby Arizona Mike » Sat Jan 28, 2006 11:09 am


I snapped this picture this morning. This young lady and seven of her sisters stopped by this morning for some Jimmie Crack Corn. One of their boy friends was with them today too.

"The time you spend making sure you are safe is probably the most productive time you can spend!"
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Postby Don McCombs » Sat Jan 28, 2006 12:18 pm

It appears that his neck is swollen like he is still in rut. Mike, when are fawns born out there?
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Postby W6NZ » Sat Jan 28, 2006 4:23 pm

Geez if any critter was after our crops they wouldn't live to see another day. Deer hunting is allowed all year round. In this country they are a carrier of TB (tuberculosis.) so we make sure wild deer are confined to the bush.
We hunt them with choppers or for those fit young men deerstalking on the ground is regarded as a real sport, something I have done a lot of. Farmers here farm red deer for export to Germany/Japan. Maf is very strict on having them TB tested on a regular basis.

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