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I'll tell you where summer has gone.
It's here in Arkansas! We've been over a hundred every single day!
Hope everyone is having a great day! {{{ Lynn Ladyg Mary }}}

Faye you can keep the weather if you don’t mind. =)

I’m going to finish an email or two, finish my pot of coffee then see what I can do with another groundhog I trapped last night.
Groundhog??? have you been hunting groundhogs????
Chris, why are you hunting groundhogs?
I’m not exactly hunting them. I’m only collecting the ones which have dug holes either at the house or in my barn. I’m hoping to get ride of them before they seriously damage any of my foundations. The groundhog itself is a worthless animal and I don’t know of anyone that has tried to eat one, I know I wont. If you ladies would like a live one please PM your address to me and I’ll overnight one to you!! =) LOL
LOL, ummm.........no I think I shall pass on that offer Chris!! ROFLOL.....oh my
If we don't take them, what will you do with them? Do you have a nice groundhog sanctuary near where you live? Can you take them there where they will be well fed and cared for?
:) Thank you Faye, I didn't even think of that...a sanctuary would be
great for the little critters...(at least I think they are little). I don't
know too much, if any thing about groundhogs, except one is to show
his shadow on the 2nd of Feb. :)
When they are little, the first 3 months, they can be 12-16 inches long. An older adult, 3-4 years, can be 30+ inches long and almost the size of a basketball around its rear. They have teeth like the beaver so even the small ones can take a finger off if provoked.
No sanctuary for groundhogs. If I was to take it 5-10 miles away and set it lose in the woods I’m likely to get shot by the first farmer that sees me doing it. If they don’t have buildings to dig under they dig in fields, either destroying crops or damaging equipment when the tires sink into the holes they dig. In this area they are regarded much the same a coyotes – shoot on site no questions asked.
Well dang it, tho from the way u have described the critter, they
don't stand much of chance ....how sad....even if they are
on the farmer's hit list of critters not to keep around. I think they
should be given a chance to survive...my personal thought, I know.
and I would not want anyone to shoot you while releasing them back
into the wild.......if that was possible. Well what ever you decide Chris
I don't think I want to know.....:)
hmmmm, Chris, anyone as good a cook as you can surely figure out how to make brunswick stew out if groundhog.... but we have rules here about slaughtering critters in the basement, so plese don't ship it here. LOLOL




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