Topic: Re: Moonrise Over Clinton Camp Farm
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How many find they're way into your freezer? LOL..j/k...
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Re: Moonrise Over Clinton Camp Farm in reply to TimBinWV, 11-27-2012 14:36:19
Actually none do. They are nasty birds, and carry a lot of diseases to our area. Fortunatly the "change of season' came late this year. Last cuttings of Alfalfa were harvested, prior to their arival. Years back, local farmers, including us continued to make haylage, after their arival, only to end up with very sick cows when we got into the layer in the silo that was harvested, when the Geese were here. Learned that lesson the hard way.
Squirls, rabbits, and partridge taste much better.
In my opinion Pigons, seagulls, and geese are flying rats.
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