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Re: Corn School Question?

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Old market gardener in madison, wisconsin area used to keep his field safe by going to the zoo for lion and tiger scat (sh*t) and spreading it at edge of fields. Deer got close enough to smell it and left quick. a similar sort of drill used by hound pack owner who got road kill deer to feed to the pack and used the clean up bags as field boundry markers- the smell of carnivor"s droppings- especially one that has been eating deer-repels the prey species as simple survivla instinct. SO, if you can find a accomidating zoo with large cats needing some floor cleanup disposal, might try the natural repellant. Carnivor scat is not recommended for composting so the cat keeper would prefer to not pay to put it into garbage dumpster at $20.00+ a load to dispoase of, what the zoo noted at the time of article was usual alternative to giving it to the farmer. A crossbow with a night scope may be "legal" compared to .300 Whisper with Maxin or Worbell silencer for deer control as noted to be used by Dane County for the north side of Madison deer that are a traffic threat. The SSS method should be slightly modified to SS and then rock lined barbecue pit wood fire started, wrap corn nibbler pieces in aluminum foil or large covered pot then cover for 8 hours with light layer of dirt. Teasing Alert! RN

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