Deer For Breakfast

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  1. artabr

    artabr New Member

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    awwwwwwww!!!! :)
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    LOL thats cool
  4. rider

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    What? No ruffage? :):rolleyes: That is so cool!! ....and I thought feeding my wild Mallards every morning was good. That is awesome. Thanks for that video.......:D:D

    rider
  5. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    That would be better in the form of SAUSAGE
  6. Tom Militano

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    We have two bucks, two does, and two fawns still in spots that come up in the yard everyday and eat corn that my wife puts out for them. They aren't near that tame though. We've never tried walking up near them. .358 you can't turn everything with four feet into sausage! Pistol, talk to him.
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    Absolutely ignorant. They are not doing those deer any favors by making them pets. As a supplement it's okay, but for the deer to depend on them for food is stupid. What happens when the old folks dies or can't afford the feed? The does they trained to take food from them train their offspring that food comes form the geezers, how will they survive otherwise? Answer, they won't, they will starve with food in front of them because they don't what to eat.
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    Now that's what I call successful baiting.
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    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    That is amazing that so many of them would come and eat at the table!! WOW
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    ...sorry, thought you said BEER for breakfast. :D
  11. Tom Militano

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    The ones my wife feeds like rose bushes too.
  12. artabr

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    When I was living in Austin, Tx. deer tearing up gardens & flower beds in the outer areas of town were a big problem.


    Art
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