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    Guineas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    Cats are also vulnerable to snakebite, but you will see cats bitten.
    Hell yeah.
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    I'd rather pay $1000 a piece for a bunch of King Snakes to turn loose than have a couple of scrungy azzed feral cats living on the dole. Cat pizz smells terrible. Once you feed a damn cat , it will only leave one way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColumbiaCornbread View Post
    If you do catch him, I'm pretty sure there is a free catch fix release program you could get them fixed under.
    I trapped a momma and her two kittens 3 out of 4 nights last fall and had them all fixed for a $20 donation each at the local shelter. Momma walks across my porch every single night still. She eats good and I believe she keeps snakes at bay. I kill all of them I see though. I have small kids
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    I'd rather have snakes than cats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    Cats are also vulnerable to snakebite. I don't treat as many of them as I do dogs, but you will see cats bitten.
    Don't blame you, I wouldn't treat many either.

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    Damn a cat.

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    I think about the same thing where I am building Boozer. I've always heard cats keep snakes away. Whether they kill the snakes or their food source really doesn't matter as long as they're gone
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    Guineas cats and goats are what you need.
    cut\'em

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    Take fox piss cover scent and spray around the cabin, it will run the rodents off and most of the snakes will follow.

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    Yard goat can teach a young'un lots about life- how to ride and rope, never turn your back on your opponent, lots of stuff is edible if you don't care about the taste, watch where you walk, etc.

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    GUINEAS! and clean up the mess... Old wood, leaves debris, etc...

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    Lots of mothballs spread under and around house and buildings. I live in Sandy Run on a cliff overlooking Wolfe Lake and my wife has every flower known to man. They attract bugs which attract lizards and frogs which attract snakes. Plus, I have a large amount of bird feeders which attract mice. I have killed 3 rattlesnakes on my deck over 5' long and many more around the house. I killed a 48" copperhead (I know, I have never heard of one over 30" and I would not believe you if you told me this), and kill 5-10 copperheads a year here. I wouldn't move for anything and my wife is happy also. I am concerned about my 2 1/2 year old grandson though. We have 3 outside cats and feral ones around also and still a lot of snakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernduck View Post
    Guineas cats and goats are what you need.
    This. You can eat all three if you get in a Corona-esque food bind.

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