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Author:  MarkEDotson [ 29 Jan 2007, 21:31 ]
Post subject:  Nuisance Wildlife Control

It is great to see this forum and the posts getting started. I wanted to drop you all a note and say hello!

Author:  TrapperKD [ 29 Jan 2007, 21:46 ]
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Welcome to the forum Mark! :D

Author:  Lil Bit [ 29 Jan 2007, 22:09 ]
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Hiya!

Author:  MarkEDotson [ 30 Jan 2007, 09:05 ]
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How many of you guys are full time operators?

Author:  TrapperKD [ 30 Jan 2007, 10:36 ]
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MarkEDotson wrote:
How many of you guys are full time operators?


I wish I could... Full time single parent and business owner, part time trapper and I operate this site on the side. :D

Author:  MarkEDotson [ 30 Jan 2007, 12:49 ]
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Yes...you are a bit on the rural side to do this full time. Part time yes..but full time would be a challenge. We have a couple offices that are in rural areas like yours and they do fine part time. What are most of your calls for?

Author:  Lil Bit [ 30 Jan 2007, 12:59 ]
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My boyfriend is a registered PAC agent. I'm supposed to take my test to be certified in Massachusetts next week. :roll: I wish Mass was reciprocal... Anyway, most of his calls are beaver/raccoon/squirrel/skunk calls. Beaver calls, he tells them that he won't do them unless they're during the fur-trapping season. That way, he can make the most of the resource. Plus, it prevents the competitive feelings with the other fur trappers. Raccoons he does year around, as well as squirrels and skunks. Though he makes more money from the exclusion services than from the trapping of the animals.

Author:  MarkEDotson [ 30 Jan 2007, 14:08 ]
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What part of Mass are you all from Lil Bit?

Author:  Lil Bit [ 30 Jan 2007, 15:05 ]
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Worcester County.

Author:  Lil Bit [ 30 Jan 2007, 15:05 ]
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And Greenbrier Co. WV.

Author:  MarkEDotson [ 30 Jan 2007, 15:37 ]
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Awesome...I was just in Greenbrier county this Saturday and the snow was up to my knees in places! They got the brunt of this storm last weekend. I am watching the news of this blast down in Ghent, WV that blew up a gas station and has killed 4 people so far. It is not far from my home down there. Those poor folks...

Author:  Lil Bit [ 30 Jan 2007, 15:40 ]
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I heard. Got a call from Grandma. She said it was just down the road from Winterplace!

Author:  MarkEDotson [ 30 Jan 2007, 16:14 ]
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Yes..about a mile and my house is about a mile or less from the BP station that is absolutely gone!

Author:  Lil Bit [ 30 Jan 2007, 20:29 ]
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Yegads!

Author:  OKTrap [ 05 Feb 2007, 06:47 ]
Post subject:  NWCO

I am moving into the full time NWCO position. As our business grows, we are looking to get out of home and into a walk-in location.

Hard to do when starting out with minimum backing. And harder to do when established businesses are around.

Author:  skip secord [ 11 Feb 2007, 13:07 ]
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[quote="MarkEDotson"]How many of you guys are full time operators?[Skip Secord South Florida wildlife supervisor at Arrow Ext. I have been trapping 15 years, Mark I have spoke to you before, was very happy to see you here, your everywhere.Skip :D /quote]

Author:  MarkEDotson [ 19 Feb 2007, 15:50 ]
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Hey Skip!

Good posts...keep it coming! Not many of us deal with iguana's, but we can always learn more about this biz!

Author:  Lil Bit [ 19 Feb 2007, 17:09 ]
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Isn't that the truth. Massachusetts has a lotof problem animal control companie sdue to the major problems with the trap restrictions in this state. Trying to get a foothold in is difficult and no one will share trade secrets with you

Author:  skip secord [ 19 Feb 2007, 17:12 ]
Post subject:  NUISANCE TRAPPING

MarkEDotson wrote:
Hey Skip!

Good posts...keep it coming! Not many of us deal with iguana's, but we can always learn more about this biz!
:D Thanks Mark, from raccoons to iguanas,big change. :

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