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    except doves - ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyTackleBox View Post
    hmmm... from trail camera photos it seems the deer and moose are in the same area nearly at the same time, I have 2 different locations that I've had both on the same cam in under an hour (no bait)... I'm not buying that they chase them away... food drives both, if the food is gone they are gone. example, plant canola and I bet both the moose and the deer will be gone, so will nearly every other animal.
    regrowth canola is like smoked oysters to deer

    Despite guywhocan;tdecidebetweenseriousandsmartassanswerst orhetoricalquestions queery expecting answers, this "smart farmer due" has no idea why it happens but as others have said (even dean nelson) it seems to.

    Perhaps given the decrease in habitat the fact moose seem to move during the day light hours they are hitting all the areas the deer bed in and as such the deer move to areas the moose will not disturb them.

    That is a some what serious attempt to give guywhowonders something to consider to alleviate his concern of moose preying on or chasing down deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riggen&Jiggen View Post
    Have any of you read the (Deer have a direct role in Moose Deaths) thread that is up right now? Anyways the Moose & Deer relationship has been studied since the early 1900s. What is scientifically known is that deer don't like being around Moose. Most scientists believe that deer are scared of Moose. Kind of like you will rarely see any deer in the same pasture as horses. Moose size and agressive nature when competing for food sources push deer out. If you google moose/deer relationship you will find several studies.
    Are you a "smart farmer dude"?

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    So what the hell is a cuck?

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    So what the hell is a cuck?
    you have to be from the big city to know that one

    yikes - can't believe they called you that - ouch

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    Quote Originally Posted by guywhofishes View Post
    you have to be from the big city to know that one

    yikes - can't believe they called you that - ouch
    Ouch???

    Well dang, I still don;t know why, (guessing it is a cross thingy between a couple things goin on) but now my feelings are hurt and I am remorseful for the jocular comments I have shared............

    guess you have to be from the big city (or a liberal socialist expecting others to run their businesses to benefit you) to be that sensitive to be hurt by unsigned rep.

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