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Re: OT - Mink

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10-27-2013 22:29:11

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I think you got more then one, bet you gave that a run by yourself. 1 mink does not have a icebox big enough. I bet hes got help. Con-a-bear is a great trap will catch one.Two thoughts 1 coons 2 coons or more and you caught a mink in the act. I am sure you have a better idea and maybe it is just a mink. Where is he dragging all of them,any other tracks? drag marks. Here is what I and others have done here. Run 4 or 5 strands of electric wire or nylon close together low and not to high and hot as it goes around the chicken house. Go get a road killed coon and put it by the chicken house. or butcher all the chickens now and buy eggs till next year.

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10-30-2013 18:16:05

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 Re: OT - Mink in reply to WW2n, 10-27-2013 22:29:11  
I caught one last night. You might be right that there is another, but I'm not sure. Once they get into a killing frenzy, they can pretty much wipe out a flock pretty quick. I'm going to set the trap again and see if anything stops by for a look see. I have the livers from our recent chicken butchering for fresh bait, so that should bring them in.

Is your fence a DC or AC powered fence? Do you use a fence charger?


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