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re: Worming deer? - pointdog33
There are de-wormers that are feed through for cattle and goats. Safe guard is one of them that is an alfalfa pellet mixed with fenbendazole. I wouldn't do that in a wildlife setting though. Wrong dosages leads to drug resistance. ...
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re: When is a Redfish too big to eat? - pointdog33
Cleaning them is work, but I've found if you filet it out like you would a 16-20 fish, remove all the blood lines, and cut them into steak-like chunks they are just as good as the little guys. Since I do all our fish cleaning, the most I'll ever clean is 2....
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re: Transplanting a Crepe Myrtle - pointdog33
Transplant in the winter while it's dormant with one of these.[img]http://lakesuperiortreefarms.com/uploads/images/Tree%20Spade1.jpg[/img]...
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re: Pretty Sure I Saw a Mt. Lion Today, bad pic page 2 - pointdog33
[quote]A hundred yards up the hill[/quote] Tabby cat optical illusion. ...
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re: High beef prices fueling rustling revival in Plains states - pointdog33
That horse looks like he's ready to rustle some jimmies with his own. :lol:...
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re: Anyone hear about a black panther in Bush, La - pointdog33
Not saying your friend didn't see one, but what's more likely to be seen a big feral tom cat hunting or an endangered jaguarundi? ...
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re: Anyone hear about a black panther in Bush, La - pointdog33
[quote] I wouldn't say it's impossible that a black one could exist. [/quote] The [i]Puma concolor[/i] genome says it is....
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re: Have we discussed feral horses? - pointdog33
As far as killing one at first sight I don't think I' ddo that. If I was in charge of the base the first thing I would do would be to catch and identify as many of the horses as possible in order to determine the amount of horses that are currently part of the population versus new horses that a...
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re: Should all children receive a trophy in sports even if they lose? - pointdog33
Most kids understand that first place and winning is the prize and that participation trophies aren't the goal. Getting a participation trophy isn't going to affect them like some people like to claim. It's up to the adults to teach kids to compete to their potential regardless of the opponent...
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re: Virginia Buttonweed in St. Augustine Grass - pointdog33
[link=(http://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/outdoor/spring-weed-guide-for-lawns/55793466/)]First weed at the top[/link]...
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re: Farm worker shortages reduce produce production by $3.1 billion a year - pointdog33
The ag industry in general is already highly mechanized when it comes to row crops. Most farmers will take advantage of every technological advancement when they can. Produce, however, is a very difficult one to mechanize because of the fragility of the product. You can't use a tree shaker for ap...
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re: angola warden burl cain on BR traffic - pointdog33
The guy runs his own personal kingdom at Angola. There's no reason for him to take on the pain in the arse of being governor. I wouldn't vote for him ...
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re: Any OBer's own a GSP or know of a good breeder? - pointdog33
Do you know if he still has it and what gender? I know his male is a full brother to my female. Unfortunately the female I kept back from my litter decided to dig half way to china to get out of our yard while we were on vacation and met a very early demise. ...
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re: Gas powered trimmer advice - pointdog33
I have a stihl KM 90. I've always preferred stihl products in general because of the long history for quality products. I haven't had any issue with it other than ethanol eating the primer bulb. It still starts without it so i just keep running. ...
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re: Any OBer's own a GSP or know of a good breeder? - pointdog33
Six Hitch Kennels seems to have a pretty versatile line of dogs. [link=(https://www.facebook.com/SixHitchFarmAndKennels/timeline)]LINK[/link] The only thing about using a GSP for a duck dog is that just sitting and waiting for a duck to drop isn't their strength. They like to move and hunt ou...
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re: Cross Bow Recommedations - pointdog33
Free-Bleed or Tampons? ...
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re: Cecil the lion's killer revealed as American dentist - pointdog33
[quote]The money helps support 26 game reserves and a growing number of wildlife management areas owned and operated by local communities as well as the building of roads, schools, hospitals and other infrastructure — all of which are important as Tanzania continues to develop as a peaceful and thri...
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re: Cecil the lion's killer revealed as American dentist - pointdog33
According to Tanzania's wildlife official they are doing a great service. [quote]Of all the species found here, lions are particularly important because they draw visitors from throughout the world — visitors who support our tourism industry and economy. Many of these visitors only take pictures. Bu...
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re: Favorite food/snacks to take offshore fishing - pointdog33
Swiss Rolls Hotter N Hot Chips...
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re: Egg plant help - pointdog33
If it's blooming and not dropping the flowers the eggplants will be on the way shortly. Mine took awhile to finally set, and now I've picked 30-40 eggplants off my 5. ...
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