Chippies are dammed hard to get with the pellet gun which is why I've been 
trapping them. If my problem was squirrels or groundhogs I'd be shooting them. 
Strangely although we have a bunch of squirrels they stay out of the garden...
-Curt
      From: Curly McLain <126die...@gmail.com>
 To: Curt Raymond <curtlud...@yahoo.com>; Mercedes Discussion List 
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>Why you wanna have a petting zoo?
>I'm using rat traps on the chippies. Your "humane" traps just mean 
>you transport the critters to somewhere else that probably already 
>has critters. Those critters will defend their territory and 
>somebody dies. Either from injuries sustained in the fight or 
>starvation. So all you're doing is subbing out your killing to 
>somebody else. 
>A real man kills when he must. In our case the chippies are ruining 
>our concrete front steps and tunneling under the supports for the 
>neighbor's deck, plus there are holes everywhere. They need to go.
>-Curt

Good idea.  I've been feedin em rat poison.  works well in winter and 
spring, but not when they can invade the garden.  Need a good pellet 
gun for them and hasenpfeffer.


  
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