Gordon Haverland wrote:I would like to preface this, by saying there needs to be a special category at Permies.com about Deer and Permaculture. Deer are decreasing biodiversity. Deer are causing extensive damage to agricultural and city properties.
J Anders wrote:For what it's worth, I read that if you plant a field of sweet clover deer will leave everything else alone. They LOVE sweet clover. Not sure where I saw this but it was somewhere along my travels.
.i want the deer here.
Being browsers their poop is probably more fungal.
Gordon Haverland wrote:Difference betwen Kangaroos and Wallabees is somewhat humourous to me. Too many hunters here can't tell the difference between a deer/bear/... and a tractor, to avoid shooting a tractor
Stacy Witscher wrote: ... I'm constantly amused by realtors bragging about the herds of deer or whatever on a particular property. I don't want that, but I can't really get away from it either. My plan is lots of fencing. We will probably learn to hunt, but we can't really buy guns, so not sure.
California. That pretty much sums it up.
Curious as to why you can't buy guns.....would this be more urban property where they can't be used anyway?
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