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Thread: I might have to be a hippocrete

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    Shoot it, you owe the farmer

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    They raise their young as a pack and not individually.
    Don't have to feel bad about killing the offending adult.
    There isn't any closed season on yotes.....................shoot them year round!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by impact View Post
    Why wait? The farmer has 1 coyote problem! In a few months he could potentially have about 8 times more of the same problem.
    Do the right thing and help him out.

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    The coyote is preying on his lambs which are his livelihood. Shoot every one you see. Coyotes are ruthless opportunist predators. That yote will kill everything he can, livestock , pets anything they can catch.
    Iím suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COYHUNTER View Post
    I went to the farm where I hunt deer,,,,,to put out some salt....the farmer told me that a coyote was carrying away a 40 lb. young lamb at 9;00 am in the morning 4 days ago,,,,,,,,,,,,he managed to chase it off and recover his lamb//////do I go and try to call it in and kill it,,,,,,,is the question?? it might be a female???
    I will go with general consensus of the gang on this web site.........I dont want to get shot down
    I hear you here. If you feel unconformable check with the farmer and see what he wants. I'm not in war with yote either, we just share the same dinner at the spot..... IMO, both way is okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guelph1981 View Post
    I would take it out personally. I guarantee the farmer wants it gone.
    Same here. Farmer before Yote.

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    Yep I would try and take it out but it's a personal descision you have to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COYHUNTER View Post
    I wrote in few weeks ago and said let them live until weaned>>>>>>>>
    When they destroy livestock this time of year, I simply explain the situation to the farmer and let him decide my course of action. Haven't seen a sympathetic farmer yet.

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    i wouldn't feel bad for having mixed feelings. it means you're a human being.
    what you're doing however, isn't really hunting for sport as much as pest management. mice in a trap have babies. heck, i remember a friend had a raccoon taring apart his shed and after shooting mom, 3 more shots fired off for the babies...
    sounds cruel, but thats the farming life.

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    Pop it.

    Last time I checked, the coyote population wasn't in decline.

    Taking game management attitudes towards species that don't need to be managed is silly.
    "Camo" is perfectly acceptable as a favorite colour.

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