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Buffalo Feed Pens #7991760 09/29/20 07:58 AM
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I realize this is a rare problem... but anyone have any experience on hunting with bison and how to build feed pens to keep them out?


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Re: Buffalo Feed Pens [Re: PoppaG22] #7993338 09/30/20 01:21 PM
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Originally Posted by PoppaG22
I realize this is a rare problem... but anyone have any experience on hunting with bison and how to build feed pens to keep them out?



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Re: Buffalo Feed Pens [Re: PoppaG22] #7993412 09/30/20 02:18 PM
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What you going to do when one decides to use your deer blind as a shade?


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Re: Buffalo Feed Pens [Re: PoppaG22] #7993654 09/30/20 05:49 PM
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better be 5 foot tall. square tubing AND electric

going to need one around your stand too.

Re: Buffalo Feed Pens [Re: PoppaG22] #7995290 10/02/20 02:33 AM
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I wouldn’t get anywhere near Buffalo. They can get quite ornery.


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