hans-brinkmann at t-online.de
Sat Feb 10 10:43:15 EST 2007
it's a pleasure to read your really very relaxed, creative and clever
two methods - at Old Europe!
At Germany even hunters are not allowed to shoot our - different -
squirrels at all.
And we have also many professional Hazel-and Walnut-plantations in Germany.
Some people make - if really necessary - the poles squirrel-proof and
sometimes hazels are
grafted for this reason on C. colurna the Turkish tree hazel (e.g. at
May your cat become/remain a strong and big watch-dog-cat!
Jim Fruth schrieb:
> I keep hearing about people with squirrel problems and wonder why they
> put up with the dastardly critters. I used to tickle their behinds with my
> B-B gun and that worked really good. I never killed any but they sure took
> the hint.
> I have now retired my B-B gun because I got a 'junkyard' cat who loves
> squirrel over his dry cat food.
> Jim Fruth
> Brambleberry Farm
> Pequot Lakes, MN 56472
> (218)568-8483 [Store]
> (218)831-7018 [My Cell]
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