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Author:  Sullivan County JM [ 06 Nov 2009, 17:53 ]
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I want to say that in spite of an ever growing push by todays media and Animal Rights organizations to portray trapping as an intolerable cruelty there are still people out there willing to open up their properties to those of us willing to ask. My oldest son and i asked a farmer in our area if we could gain permission to set some fox and coyote sets and he not only gave us permission, he gave us a map detailing all 126 acres. he also gave us a good idea where he thinks they might be and was generally excited to see how we make out. Amazing :D


Author:  PaGrouseGuy [ 08 Nov 2009, 22:14 ]
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Great news. Now don't forget to give him a ham or turkey for Christmas and also as a thank you. A little thankfulness goes a long way.

Author:  BigMoo3 [ 08 Nov 2009, 23:37 ]
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there are also some farmers that if yo get a yote wouldnt mind seeing it. ino that one particular farm i trap on had a major coon problem. after checkin one morning i had 6 big coon in the truck and i noticed he was in the milk house. i stopped in to talk with him and he came out to take a look. nothin like seein a happy farmer knowing that your treatin his land ok and helpin him out in the process.

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