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    They ate well out of the garden this summer. There are 2 more to the right side out of the photo
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    Look like Chile to me.
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    They ate all the tomatoes
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    Same stuff here each evening...
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    I took the photo from the truck. They were really unconcerned that I drove that close to them. The Shepherd was barking her head off.
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    That one second from the right. I can tell that is a bad deer. I am afraid you will need to do something about that bad deer. I only shoot the the bad ones myself.
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    The only thing I got out of the garden was corn and potatoes this year. They ate all the tomatoes, green beans, peppers, squash, and zucchini. I believe it would be hard to find a good one in the bunch. This garden is enclosed in an electric fence. Which they have torn down five strands of wire. I need to buy a crossbow and quietly put one or two in the freezer
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    They ate all the tomatoes
    Theoretically, that should reduce the amount of tomatoes needed for the Pot o' CHILI!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    I took the photo from the truck. They were really unconcerned that I drove that close to them. The Shepherd was barking her head off.
    Jack- Possible cure = Fully mounted(taxidermed) deer displayed @eye-level, configured with "Four hooves to the SKY = NO TRESPASSING ALL SURVIVORS would be cordially invited for another LAST SUPPER!!
    Another, cheaper option, would be to hang an "unlucky/uninvited" buffet-guest in EFFIGY. Further cost considerations(savings?) would be nearby tree, installed post(wood/steel/PVC), cable(coated/non-coated) vs. rope(cotton/nylon) etc., etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by up2specks View Post
    Theoretically, that should reduce the amount of tomatoes needed for the Pot o' CHILI!!

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    Question- Could that pic have legal consequence? ... =JACKlighting![/I]
    Yes it potentially could. At which point I will seek a nuisance wildlife permit and eradicate the problem.
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