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Old 05-28-2009, 07:18 PM   #21
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We have a deer problem eating our figs and oranges. Been working hard to try to keep them out but they are crafty. Very annoying.

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Well his wife is going to be pissed off at me when I pull the whack down on her hubby.
Maybe you could just shoot his nuts?

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We have a deer problem eating our figs and oranges. Been working hard to try to keep them out but they are crafty. Very annoying.
notdku, sir, may I suggest a repellant? I don't have a brand name, but many gardening centers and feed stores have stuff you can use to keep the deer away. It is not poison and it is eco-friendly. From what I've been told (by farmers and garden sewers) it works pretty well. Maybe not 100% but it does keep most of the vegie eaters out. Just a suggestion.

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Every evening this little herd comes to mooch corn or eat Chinese pears in my back yard. They could be trained to eat from my hand but I don't want to get them that tame, it would be hazardous to their health to not fear humans.
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notdku, sir, may I suggest a repellant? I don't have a brand name, but many gardening centers and feed stores have stuff you can use to keep the deer away. It is not poison and it is eco-friendly. From what I've been told (by farmers and garden sewers) it works pretty well. Maybe not 100% but it does keep most of the vegie eaters out. Just a suggestion.

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WOW, I never thought of that. Here in Austin we have an overabundance of "veggie eaters". I wonder if that stuff will work on the bipedal variants too?

Imaging a world with no Yanni or Birkenstocks.
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WOW, I never thought of that. Here in Austin we have an overabundance of "veggie eaters". I wonder if that stuff will work on the bipedal variants too?

Imaging a world with no Yanni or Birkenstocks.
Keep a pan of bacon cooking; the very smell makes me queasy. I can only imagine how much it must annoy those with some moral opposition to eating meat (i just don't care for the taste).

There will always be hippies & street kids in Austin; it is widely known for having a good climate & beautiful scenery. My sister loved living there when she worked at UT.
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