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Odd dining buddies #8037918 11/04/20 08:42 PM
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The veganism trend has made it to the coyotes.

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Odd.


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Back when I had a lease in south TX (in early 2001-02). After we would corn the senderos - a couple of times I was shocked to see yotes eating corn along side the deer! Never seen that again in east tx nor out in Abilene areas. Definitely not the norm.


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You must have the good stuff in your feeders cool2


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When I hunted in Mexico you would see coyotes eating corn on the senderos next to deer, it was almost like they had a truce during supper time......

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Corn mash?

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You must mix cat food with your corn, or that yote has no teeth & swallows corn whole.

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Times are tuff! But that's why they are called a survivor because they can adapted. I was out mowing my pasture and the grasshoppers were flying away from the mower and the coyotes came up close to catch them in mid air.

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I've seen it multiple occasions on the Pitchfork. It's understood between them they are usually not after deer that are healthy......IME. Healthy fawns of course they will try to eat when young and vulnerable.


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I've seen coyotes eat corn many times both in S TX and at my place in far Eastern Bexar County as well.


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Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
I've seen coyotes eat corn many times both in S TX and at my place in far Eastern Bexar County as well.


Same here. I see it a couple times a year.

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Originally Posted by Grosvenor
Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
I've seen coyotes eat corn many times both in S TX and at my place in far Eastern Bexar County as well.


Same here. I see it a couple times a year.



Doing habitat assessments on Lake Lewisville, I've noticed quite a bit of coyote scat with a lot of honey locust and mesquite seeds. It's no wonder they're everywhere, they can eat just about anything.

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Originally Posted by Red Pill
Waiting on his delivery of rocket skates from Acme.

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