Sunday, June 23, 2019

Finally got a picture of that doe that's been hanging around the back fence. Just waiting for me to plant a garden so it can eat all my vegetables


8 comments:

  1. You need a fence at least six feet high.

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  2. Venison....
    https://www.amazon.com/Wizard-Camouflage-Hunting-Recurve-Crossbow/dp/B07CFWQH7L

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  3. Best to ask around... that's ol Jack down the road's ear mark...

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  4. Goetz von BerlichingenJune 24, 2019 at 9:30 AM

    I tried that plastic mesh 'deer fencing' and it worked until the late season when the deer hordes just charged the garden and ran through the barrier. I added electrical fencing...l and that worked. It must be nice to have just the one deer. Up here in Pine Grove I have to shoo them out of my chair before I sit down to dinner.
    If anyone has a spare crossbow they don't need......

    MfG
    Goetz

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  5. Well, you can see her rib, so..... A dual wire electric fence works well. Outer wire run about 12"-18" high around your garden perimeter, then inside that, about a foot away put one about 6" off the ground. They don't cross it, at least down here they don't.

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  6. It maybe that she has had a fawn. Look at her ribs and the area behind the ribs by her hips. She needs to eat some good garden goodies!

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  7. You should invite her in for dinner. :-)

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  8. Mulies are good people. It's the whitetails that are rats with antlers......

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