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    Had a mountain lion in my backyard last weekend


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    I have an AR with a 3rd Gen Russian military night scope, I've played hell with coy-dogs for a fella that use to let me deer hunt, wish I was closer. Check that....I see you are in Colorado, I just moved to the western slope, where abouts are you?

    On a side note; is there a fence between you and the CRP? If so I would try to find the crossing points and set snares, I would also not be beyond putting out poison bait (poisoned meat on stakes about 3 feet high).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyColby View Post
    In my short time on this earth I have never heard of any wolves in our area. Simple fact wolves kill calves too.




    YEP^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    I read that the Eastern coyote has DNA from wolves mixed in.
    They are agressive.
    On my way to work several months ago, i get to the stop sign at the end of Gratiot and Bauman rd, and a yote was walking in the intersection, from a horse pasture to the side I was on, and down into a river bottom. He veered off his path for a moment when I came to a stop, straight towards me, like he wasn't afraid of the car or anything and then quickly trotted off into the riverbottom.
    Rumor has it, in the North country, the motto concerning wolves and coyotes is "Shoot, Shovel and Shut-up"
    I took out a coyote this year and last up @ deer camp.
    30-30 hollowpoints do a number on them, but good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    What you need are some good dogs, like an Irish Wolfhound.
    Irish Wolfhounds will hunt and kill wolves...they completely eradicated the wolf population in Ireland.

    But...

    Stick a donkey in with the cows.... That's what the cattle fellows do around here (Central FL).
    Donkeys hate dogs, coyotes, etc. "They'll hunt them down like the dogs that they are..."


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    I will take the 2 legged animals here in NY than running into the 4 legged kind you guys have out there.

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    Here ya go retsupt

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    The only problem with that video is that the 'yote survived the encounter
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    The only problem with that video is that the 'yote survived the encounter
    That and feeding the guard animals has to be more expensive than just shooting the yotes. Although, I have to admit the guard animals are probably with the herd 24/7.
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    Dang, I was hoping to see the burro kick and stomp the coyote...
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    mountain lion in my backyard
    Wow. Brazen.

    I would also not be beyond putting out poison bait
    Just hard to control what eats the bait.

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    I also have the same problem at my place. I use a .17 HMR that I won at a DU event. That little thing does great around 0 to 200 yards.

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    There was one video on the web of a donkey killing an attacking pit bull (I think)
    Interesting donkey factoid. When donkeys bite they do not stop biting until their teeth meet. (ouch!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    There was one video on the web of a donkey killing an attacking pit bull (I think)
    Interesting donkey factoid. When donkeys bite they do not stop biting until their teeth meet. (ouch!)
    I got the same information from a nine-and-a-half-fingered horse guy some years ago. He learned how not to rig up a harness on a mule.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    That and feeding the guard animals has to be more expensive than just shooting the yotes. Although, I have to admit the guard animals are probably with the herd 24/7.
    It's pays for itself with the lack of dead calves. OP, my dad has donkeys that run with his cattle, and he does NOT have a coyote problem.
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    I was just thinking that a night hunt for yotes would be fun,but then I realized it was 70 degrees here today,and Feb in Colorado is more like 7 degrees,back when I was 20 sumpin It woulda been fun,but at 54 it sounds miserable
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