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Predator Hunting Gators, Coyotes, Foxes, Bobcats, & More

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Old June 10th, 2013
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Very upsetting day. Found 4 of my sheep dead and a fifth one hurt bad. Darn thing only ate part of one of the four, just killed the other three for nothing. This hurts bad, what a waste! I have a surprise for him if he show back up tonight! Kill everyone you see!
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That's very baaaaaaaaaaaadddd!! Sorry couldn't help
Myself! I shoot everyone I see anytime of the year night or day! I don't have livestock so don't know what you are going thru but I know it ain't good for sure!!
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Man that sucks!!!! Hope u kill'em all


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We have had 2 huge yotes, around our cow farm, we took both out 2 weekends ago, with my .303 Enfield talk about smart animals, I was between 2 round bales, and the made 3 circles around me at 100yrds before they moved in
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Coyotes are bad in our area too. I try my best to atleas make them scarce on the farms I hunt. I don't always kill them but they know they are pressured. Let me know if you need some help hunting them.
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Could it have been a cat?
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Could it have been a cat?
No, coyote for sure. It's tracks are all over the pasture.
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Cats kill for fun but not usually things that big. Coyotes will kill for food but sometimes it's just opportunity. They may have came back to eat later.
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Old June 13th, 2013
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Cats kill for fun but not usually things that big. Coyotes will kill for food but sometimes it's just opportunity. They may have came back to eat later.
Seems like this one killed for fun. It ate just the neck one of them out of the four. It did come back and ate a part of the rear end of one, but not much.
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I think it was probly dogs a yote would of ate one and left then come back later
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