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Losing chickens and coyotes were getting a little too close so I took care of problem. Boys were happy to help out :)

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Good work Bowtech, on the Yotes as well as getting the family Out ...There are a lot of nonconstructive things they could be learning and doing this is definitely not one of them,, :)
 

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keep up the good work bowtech

1 is never enough!

lol

and yes...the boys have a great teacher there!!!!

good to see you back!
 

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nice going Tom

Last summer I trapped raccoons that were harassing my wife"s hens.

I must have missed one....

My Dad was in charge while the family was away and left the hen door open

went from 14 hens and 1 rooster to 4 hens and 1 rooster in one night

A massacre!!!
 

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restocked the flock after the massacre and everything was secure and fine until early April

wife and kids came home from work/school and the backyard was blowing thick with feathers...one surviver

evidence points towards an eagle or hawk as the backyard predator this time and it took 1 rooster and 4 hens.

back into chick raising again but picked up a mature bird for a companion for the remaining hen.

and continuing to trap raccoons that are always looking for any opportunity for an easy midnight snack
 
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