hehehe, that should get the PETAfiles cranked up, I love it!
Holy crap. Someone has some skinning to do.
Please exscuse the ignorant, I am sure there is a reason why there is so many dead coyotes. We have dingoes here but I doubt so many have been shot at one time.
Too bad it is not a pile of those fucking Canadian wolves!BobIII
Spiro - probably taken in cattle or sheep country and they play havoc on livestock.
The Sierra Club and the U.S. Forest Service were presenting an alternative to Wyoming ranchers for controlling the coyote population. It seems that after years of the ranchers using the tried and true methods of shooting and/or trapping the predators, the tree-huggers had a "more humane" solution. What they proposed was for the animals to be captured alive, the males would then be castrated and let loose again. Therefore the population would be controlled. This was ACTUALLY proposed to the Wyoming Wool and Sheep Grower's Association by the Sierra Club and the USFS. All of the ranchers thought about this amazing idea for a couple of minutes. Finally, an old boy in the back of the conference room stood up, tipped his hat back and said, "Son, I don't think you understand our problem. Those coyotes ain't fuckin' our sheep - they're eatin' 'em!" . . You should hav e been there to hear the roar of laughter.
Maybe we could trap and castrate the Sierra Club members to control their population...
I'll bet there were some happy ranchers wherever this took place.Anyone who has raised livestock would smile seeing this photo.Now, if there was a pile of PETA members right next to it (or maybe members of Congress) . . .
I do not have a problem killing a coyote or two if they were causing a major problem. Never have been one to kill just to kill. Anyhow, people wonder why they have hog problems. Kill all the coyotes and bobcats, which are really the only main predators of hogs, and thus major hog problems. Pretty dumb if you ask me.
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