Darn another baby predator caught!

Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by Mattemma, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. Mattemma

    Mattemma Overrun With Chickens

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    Why do I have to catch the cute babies? So much easier to dispatch a grown predator!

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  2. ScaredOfShadows

    ScaredOfShadows Chillin' With My Peeps

    I know babies are so cute, but just have to remind ourselves "it will grow up into a poultry mangling evil robber that could turn on me or my family"
     
  3. teach1rusl

    teach1rusl Love My Chickens

    OMGosh...how adorable! And now to duck out before the reality police show up...
     
  4. Heymaw

    Heymaw New Egg

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    We relocate the ones that we catch to another area unless they are so mean we cant get close to the cage.
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  5. HorseFeatherz NV

    HorseFeatherz NV Eggink Chickens

    Quote:This is illegal in many states [​IMG]




    What a cute baby [​IMG] but they do grow up. Too bad there is not some type of "anti-chicken" training you could do with them to teach them to stay away from the birds.......then they could teach their young.
     
  6. yinepu

    yinepu Overrun With Chickens

    Quote:I wish we could find a way to train them like that

    even though I am at war with the raccoons.. that baby is still adorable!
     
  7. Imp

    Imp All things share the same breath- Chief Seattle

    Quote:I wish we could find a way to train them like that

    even though I am at war with the raccoons.. that baby is still adorable!

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  8. FaereChicken

    FaereChicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Cute, but when they're small they can break into coops more easily
     
  9. harveyhorses

    harveyhorses Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yep really cute until they go all snarly on you.
     
  10. Alabama ee

    Alabama ee Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Do you have a wildlife rehab in your area? They may take it.
     

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