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Pasture Maggot #4143277 03/25/13 01:59 AM
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Found a little suprise at my 2nd Feed Pen, hate them almost as much as I hate Turkeys. She had a dead baby she had shot out of her Bathroom Parts so I figured she had suffered enough, plus w/ Ammo being as high as it is I released her so she could go make other little chum eaters.




Re: Pasture Maggot [Re: SniperRAB] #4143377 03/25/13 02:29 AM
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Re: Pasture Maggot [Re: Erathkid] #4143562 03/25/13 04:00 AM
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I would of kept them together as a matched set.


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wow I think you all miss the big picture. SAD

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I had the same thing happen but I didn't notice the baby hiding in the brush when I let the mother go. My soft heart'ed dad took the little "kid" home. Game cam photos documented the three day ordeal.

you know the coyote eradication programs of the 50's worked when you have a goat caught in a fence for three days and it and the baby were virtually unaffected.

That wouldn't fly down in s.tx

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Re: Pasture Maggot [Re: badger2b] #4144704 03/25/13 06:26 PM
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too bad the kid aborted due to her being stuck but if she was stupid enough to get stuck...it happens

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.... I feel like Beavis or Butthead....I'm still laughing at "pasture maggot"....just added a new word to the vocabulary.

on the other hand...terrible ordeal for the goat & kid. One of my biggest fears regarding my feed pens is animals getting trapped in them...

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Ive got a buddy in the goat business. Most of you would be amazed at what kind of money is to be made in the pasture maggot business.


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Raising goats can be more profitable than leasing out to deer hunters.


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wow I think you all miss the big picture. SAD


YEA!!!! I can just picture her on the BBQ pit! chef drink7 food




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Originally Posted By: BenBob
Raising goats can be more profitable than leasing out to deer hunters.

Touching, still don't like them.


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Originally Posted By: elkhunter49
Ive got a buddy in the goat business. Most of you would be amazed at what kind of money is to be made in the pasture maggot business.


I was in the registered pasture maggot business and it can be very profitable! Seeing those pics brings back many memories getting them horns out of the field fence

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Raising goats can be more profitable than leasing out to deer hunters.

Touching, still don't like them.


Just saying if the goats are supposed to be there and the rancher picks the money maker, you might be without a place to hunt. But with that attitude I figure you already know it all anyway. Your type makes it difficult for others to deal with landowners/ranchers.


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Yep. Rancher moves in goats or sheep, I move on. Just not worth it.


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Re: Pasture Maggot [Re: BenBob] #4145437 03/25/13 11:23 PM
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I will take that under advisement, not a attitude Amigo. I don't like Goats. I don't like coons nor Soda's and Hockey. I have never had a issue with a landowner. Have a great afternoon.


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I usually don't kill anything I don't eat. But sometimes u just gotta


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