Clover plot trashed!!!

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  1. Wi transplant

    Wi transplant Active Member

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    Well didnt expect this to be the demise of my beautiful 2nd year 1acre clover plot but these 2 showed up may 10th and have never left!!!!! They are here multiple times a day'!!# With all the rain and heavy grazing whats left of the clover is 2 in tall and there are 6in dia holes 6 to 12 inches deep all over the plot !! And they ate all my mineral !!! I talked with my neighbor to see if theres and i hope he can get them out or im going to be eating pretty good in a couple of weeks!!!!!! [​IMG]

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    That really sucks!!!
     
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    Yikes! Is the owner of the cattle willing to throw a few $$'s your way to rectify that? That would seem only fair.
     
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    Fire up the grill
     
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    Ka-pow!

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    I mean that's probably cheap for 4 sides of Beef :) What Cows I didn't see no Cows.. :)
     
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    One solution!!! [​IMG]


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    Hard to beat the Skip Sligh Bovine Hunt. I have done it before...world class operation he runs.
     
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    Here is a cheap piece of advice. If you are going on a Bovine hunt, it is always preferable to load the animal before shooting it. I promise it will make your work much easier!!:D:D
     
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    One thing to keep in mind is that Iowa fence law makes both parties liable for a portion of your boundary fence so even if you DO NOT own livestock both landowners have a portion of the obligation to keep the fence up. So depending on where the livestock entered your property could actually be your fault.
     

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