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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by eggcited2, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. eggcited2

    eggcited2 Chillin' With My Peeps

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  2. Dawn419

    Dawn419 Lost in the Woods

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    Sorry to hear about your predator problem!

    I did a search on it and it says that it's a fly bait. Golden Malrin Fly Bait

    Sorry this isn't any help, hopefully someone will come along and can answer your question better.
     
  3. Imp

    Imp All things share the same breath- Chief Seattle

    Google Golden Malrin Fly Bait Raccoon

    There is lots of info there.

    Sorry you having such problems

    Imp
     
  4. Stacykins

    Stacykins Overrun With Chickens

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    My suggestion, since you are clearly hellbent on using poison, is to go out and BUY poison meant for the actual animal. Don't fiddle around with trying to kill animals with human drugs (from your earlier thread) or try to kill a large animal with fly bait. You will cause more suffering than necessary by doing that. No, go out and buy poison meant for raccoons and possums.
     
  5. eggcited2

    eggcited2 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:How about you come over and bury the 20+ ripped open chicken bodies and then set in judgement of me. YOU do not know what I have tried, YOU do not know anything of what has been going on. Do not presume to judge me. So yes, I am "hellbent" on killing them!!!!!

    BTW: Golden Malrin was recommended by "animal" people as the fastest and most humane way to kill them.
     
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  6. ScaredOfShadows

    ScaredOfShadows Chillin' With My Peeps

    OP - I'm sorry.

    For those who have replied to this thread and the OP's other thread, PLEASE READ THE PREDATOR AND PESTS STICKY BY TERRILACY....The pertaining points are here :

    *This forum is for dealing with predators and pests. Period.


    *Although some ways are not considered ideal to some, it serves the purpose of removing the offending predator. If you have an idea or a helpful comment, please do reply. If it is a sarcastic comment about the disposal or capture of a predator, please keep your thoughts to yourself. We are not here to judge one another on methods or ways and means.

    *Compassion will go a long way toward helping to educate and help solve someone's predator problem. No matter the reason, most members' birds are their pets and being a chicken doesn't make it less of a pet than a house cat or companion dog. Please don't lecture or hassle anyone about their losses. Glass houses......

    *If you wish to suggest an alternate non lethal means of control, please share it in a non judgmental way that is a viable solution and not merely complaining about who was here first etc, IF it is directly related to the OP's request for assistance. If a non lethal alternative is offered, please be appreciative and remember that there are many ways and means and flaming a member for suggesting such an alternative will not be tolerated.

    *It is the responsibility of the person with the predator to determine the legalities of what they do and that person will take ultimate responsibility. BYC does not condone illegal acts.



    So if you don't like it, then please instead of being judgemental, either give creative counter measures or DON'T REPLY. Simple.


    OP - Best advice I have for you is to find old threads about Golden Marlin use the search bar on BYC in the top corner near "logout" or Google - theres alot of info out there and on this site I've seen. Golden Marlin will get you the quick results you are looking for.
     
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