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    Quote Originally Posted by BugBuster View Post
    Keep it between you and said horses.
    Close the thread.

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    Salty and Beachbird, Let me know if you ever have an opening in one of your hunt clubs. I work near there and it would be a convenient after work hunt for me during the week.

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    I will take them if you can get them delivered.

    980 S Pine St,
    Spartanburg, SC 29302

    Just tie em up out back. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    I will take them if you can get them delivered.

    980 S Pine St,
    Spartanburg, SC 29302

    Just tie em up out back. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    lulz.

    Do you ever get the cardboard boxes left on the front door? Or have the shelters and cameras helped with that?

    I remember it wasn't uncommon to pull up to my dad's office in the morning and see a box of kittens or puppies at the front door. And we always had an abnormally large number of pets dropped off near our house.

    We don't want them. What should we do with them? Let's dump them on the vet. He loves animals. He'll take care of them.

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    It has and does happen but not at often thank goodness.

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    Where are yall off of gapway?...used to hunt a piece all the way down the road / then paved goes to grave on the right.

    It was eat up with hogs when I had the lease in 2003-2006 ish

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    We had 2 show up one summer on a KY property. The place was loaded with good deer prior to their arrival and we saw almost 0 deer that fall. We went around trying to find the owners but the locals knew nothing about them. We went to the only "horse farm", which was just through the woods, but the owner said he had never seen them before. We found the trail where they entered and followed it through the woods. It led straight back to the "horse farm". We visited the guy 4 days in a row to ask questions. On the 4th day, he admitted that they were his and he let them out so he didn't have to feed them any longer. Said he would get them back in and he did.
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    Go Tigers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachbird View Post
    I'm just trying to appeal to anyone who wants "free horses" and i don't want to feed "wild" horses at my stands when the green stuff goes away as corn gets expensive. Kinda useless like feeding bears. Trying to leave SSS as a last option.
    I think you have already failed on the shut up.

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    What kind of horses are they?
    867-5309

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    We were building a pond for a guy years ago and a lady walked up to see if I could help her out. She was a vet treating one of the many horses they had. She wanted to know if I could dig a hole with the excavator and bury a horse. No problem, m'aam. I would gladly shoot it, too I joked. She immediately said "Oh would you?" I was sort of taken aback, but she was dead serious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    I will take them if you can get them delivered.

    980 S Pine St,
    Spartanburg, SC 29302

    Just tie em up out back. Thanks.
    That was great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC quacker2 View Post
    I think you have already failed on the shut up.
    Nah.. "idk, havent seen them in a couple weeks."
    Quote Originally Posted by cajunwannabe View Post
    Man is merely a two legged locust, devouring wild lands, developing and prostituting wildlife and fisheries under the guise of "use of the resource" for tremendous profit and moving on. Will it ever end?

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    Several years ago, when I was getting a pond dug on my property, my neighbor asked me if I could dig a hole for her geriatric horse for when he inevitably died. Months later, she called me in tears and told me her horse was down and couldn't get up. Apparently, something stung or bit him on the nose and he was down and barely responsive. I got the unwelcome task of shooting and burying the poor critter. Even though I hunt avidly and have killed a bunch of animals, I take no pleasure in the killing part. Shooting horses isn't fun for me.

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    You couldn’t give me a horse.

    But a good mule....
    Houndsmen are born, not made.

    Quote Originally Posted by Strick9 View Post
    Duck Cutter knows whats up.
    Stuff that works, stuff that holds up, the kind of stuff you don't hang on the wall

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    We had a horse growing up. She was a great ride. I don’t see why people hate them so much. I could never just kill a healthy horse. That’s just plain evil. Especially if you get pleasure out of it, but to each their own I guess.
    867-5309

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    Don’t feed things you aren’t gonna eat , or that you can’t work.

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    This one has seen a many of hog stuck with a knife.

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    Oohhh there are some good ones out there, know that!

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