A few days ago I was walking along the creek that is the property line between my land and the timber company land. Not only does the timber company grow timber on their land, they also lease the land out to hunters. It is not unusual to see an influx of urban dwellers into rural areas starting a couple of months before hunting season. Most of the people who lease property in rural areas are good people. They just want to get out of the city, do some hunting, get a deer or hog and pass the tradition of hunting to the next generation. With hunters there is an unspoken code of respect. You do not touch my trail cameras, stands and feeders and I Continue Reading….
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Something is killing my chickens. In the past 2 weeks my wife and I have lost 3 chickens. Overall we have lost something like 5 or 6 chickens.
1 Speckled Sussex
1 Rhode Island red
1 Barred rock pullet
1 Australorp pullet
1 Black Jersey Giant
After looking through my youtube video I realized I have not uploaded a video in a couple of months. The last video I uploaded was on September 15, 2013, which makes 3 months. In all honesty I had not realized it had been so long.
So what has been going on?
Added some lean-tos on the shed to park the tiller and lawnmower under.
Got a deer feeder setup about 100 years behind the house.
Added some pvc pipe to the deer feeder legs to prevent coons from climbing the legs. Raccoons have been climbing the legs and turning the spinner, which dumps a lot of corn on the ground. the corn is not for coons, it is for deer and hogs.