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    Re: Arkansas beekeeper

    Beetle traps, imo, should be mandatory year round in any area with beetles. There are pesticides that are labeled for them but I will not use hard chemicals inside my hives.
    The country rubes style...
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    Re: Arkansas beekeeper

    Welcome. Others have given you good advice.

    First pick a good site to set up your hive. You want FULL SUN. No shade as small hive beetle thrives in shade, again FULL SUN. The bees may have to work...
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    Re: Why charge more when sprayed?

    I had a call to remove two from an apt complex. When I arrived I found four and all had been sprayed and were dying.
    I immediately walked and as I explained to the manager. Bees are a business to...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Absolutely! A firearm is a power tool and will kill if misused. Kingfisher, my sympathies go out to you and yours. I've been there, my brother picked up a couple pieces of 00 buckshot in a hunting...
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    Re: Non Bee Related Topics..... Organic apples?

    Agreed on the untreated apples not being picture perfect. We always had apples and pears coming up and the apples would be stained and discolored and sometimes mishapen but for jelly and apple butter...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    [QUOTE=dcross;615597]Regarding the metrogun.com barrel extension, seems a little unwieldy...QUOTE]

    Actually it would suprise you that it is not, at least to me and all of my scatterguns wear 26"...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    I've done some preliminary research into firearms for shooting coyotes for my type of work. The ideal rifle would be of sufficient caliber and velocity to cleanly drop them in their tracks with very...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Woodguy, I apologize if I came off as flippant or as a smart butt. I get your initial response all to frequently and can get easily offended by some of the comments I hear. Especially considering...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    More on these "barbaric" footholds.
    -Every canadian wolf that the USFW "reintroduced" to yellowstone was first captured using a foothold.
    -At least four midwestern states now have healthy and and...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Of course this barbarian is always open to suggestions. Tell me a better way to accomplish the capture and removal of individuals animals in places like down town atlanta or in that one's case in the...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    The proper term is FOOThold, please observe the photo. While doing so please show me specifically the damage that you claim to be barbaric. Been doing this for years and I know what I'm doing. If the...
  12. Thread: Another 15-20"

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    Re: Another 15-20"

    Seventy degrees here today and this is considered a cold winter for us considering two snowfalls so far.
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Perhaps you didn't read my post or have come to this thread with the answer already firmly in place. If the former please stop a moment to clear your mind and read of actual in the field hands on...
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    Re: Request for all other Southerners

    I tend to keep my basic black eyed peas dish simple.
    Soak the peas (1lb) in the crock pot and when ready I add two medium to large coarse diced onions and a quarter pound of chunked bacon (I prefer...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Coyotes are fast growing to be a major nuisance species nationwide. Recently one of the first documented human deaths from a coyote attack occurred in New Breton, Canada and for the past decade...
  16. Thread: Sweetgum tree

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    Re: Sweetgum tree

    Mr Bush, there alot of different "gums" out there. Sweet gum Liquidamber styrifolia, the tree that we call a black gum is a tupelo Nyassa sylvatica and is an upland tree and does produce a small...
  17. Thread: Sweetgum tree

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    Re: Sweetgum tree

    I hate to disagree with Mr Bush but here in the heart of sweetgum country the bees make no honey from it. If it were me I would cut the sucker down and replace it with it's compatriate from this area...
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    Re: Sweetgum tree

    Chainsaw and a five year supply of roundup. It will continually send up sprouts from the roots until you totally kill off the roots (think battery) by removing all vegetation (think solar panel...
  19. Re: I think we may have exhausted the possibilities for new dog breeds

    If that hairless wonder is the same one I'm thinking of it was bred by the aztecs as dinner. I guess they didn't like picking hair out of their teeth either.
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    No problem with shooting them, that's often easier than trapping. I wish I could get in more shooting but I operate in downtown Atlanta mostly. Traps are hard enough with all the feral cats and dogs...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Please don't. While I have no love lost for coyotes, especially those that are causing trouble. Nothing deserves that fate. I euthanize on a far to regular basis and just think it's somehow immoral...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Forgive me if I sound abrupt but sometimes my patience wears thin explaining three times daily what is second nature to me.
    Flybait is for control of flies in and around agricultural and food...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    BTW, the local DNR office will steer him in exactly the same direction as I have, Reginald Murray.
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    Go ahead if your like having conversations with the feds. Ever hear of the FIFRA act? Misuse of a pesticide is a federal offense. Flybait used in this manner will kill any warm blooded mammal,...
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    Re: .22 Rifle Suggestions

    BTW, my truck gun is a 10/22. I hate the beast, it just won't die and it keeps on shooting straight and true no matter how much I abuse it. :) Seriously, it looks like it has been drug ten miles down...
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