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Tip of the day folks. Did you know that according to a study i conducted, involuntarily, on behalf of the school of hard knocks we all call "life", It was discovered that buttermilk considerably deteriorates the taste of your average bowl of cereal.
Did you know there is no butter in Buttermilk?

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Tip of the day folks. Did you know that according to a study i conducted, involuntarily, on behalf of the school of hard knocks we all call "life", It was discovered that buttermilk considerably deteriorates the taste of your average bowl of cereal.
When I was a kid, I'd put chocolate milk in my cereal when my mom wasn't looking.

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<quoted text> There is a large population of Whitetail deer here in Ohio.
I live on a 52 acre farm that has a creek running through close to the back of the property. I have my own hayfield because I have horses. I throw hay out for them every year in the winter and they don't eat it. I looked it up a couple yrs ago on the net and it said they don't eat hay...they don't mine..
Like Tally said - they will eat it if there is nothing else to eat. I would imagine they'd chow down on your apple trees and acorns before they would touch hay - but they do eat it. Did you know they will also eat pine cones?

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> There is a large population of Whitetail deer here in Ohio.
I live on a 52 acre farm that has a creek running through close to the back of the property. I have my own hayfield because I have horses. I throw hay out for them every year in the winter and they don't eat it. I looked it up a couple yrs ago on the net and it said they don't eat hay...they don't mine..
Strange thing, I see deer tracks all around my bird feeders. They eat just about anything, including flowers around here.

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Like Tally said - they will eat it if there is nothing else to eat. I would imagine they'd chow down on your apple trees and acorns before they would touch hay - but they do eat it. Did you know they will also eat pine cones?
I heard that and also bark from trees.. Between the coyotes and the Whitetail deer on my property I see them alot.

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Strange thing, I see deer tracks all around my bird feeders. They eat just about anything, including flowers around here.
I know they will eat flowers. Really, they bother your bird feeders?

That makes sense.. corn , sunflowers seeds, etc..

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And in Yellowstone, they do hay drops to feed deer, buffalo and elk in winters where there isn't a lot of natural food available.
because yellowstone is a federal park one of our wiser investment

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because yellowstone is a federal park one of our wiser investment
Are you saying that facetiously?

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Did you know that deer live every place in the world Except for Australia and the Antarctic?

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Anybody that's ever sur survived off of C-rats for a week will tell you that!
Thank God I was Navy - Kool-aid and hotdogs was about as rough as we had it.
your pizza wasn't exactly MOM's

c/k rats are some what eatable as compared to slugs,snails, worms/ pine cone tea / and pine seeds ...

etc etc snake isn't bad if you have fire

c/rats ham/limas beans how I always got the can without the ham?????? open with my p38 set can on flat rock in 20-30 can is bubbling over

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Are you saying that facetiously?
to whom??????? yes if your are talking about the present administration ..... in general no our national parks is the wisest investment that TR made .. btw the Adirondacks is larger than yellowstone

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Did you know that deer live every place in the world Except for Australia and the Antarctic?
ha ha ha a clever trap huh ...????

hope it works

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Did you know that there are no land snakes in New Zealand. Itís part of New Zealandís bio security to keep all snakes out and if a person is aware of a snake, by law it must be reported.

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to whom??????? yes if your are talking about the present administration ..... in general no our national parks is the wisest investment that TR made .. btw the Adirondacks is larger than yellowstone
I agree 100%.

Anybody that's ever been to Yellowstone would concur.

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your pizza wasn't exactly MOM's
c/k rats are some what eatable as compared to slugs,snails, worms/ pine cone tea / and pine seeds ...
etc etc snake isn't bad if you have fire
c/rats ham/limas beans how I always got the can without the ham?????? open with my p38 set can on flat rock in 20-30 can is bubbling over
Yeah, but nowadays, all that stuff is considered a "delicacy."

I still carry a P-38 on my key ring, along with a parachute clip (given to me by a buddy of mine who was an actual Rigger).

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<quoted text> I heard that and also bark from trees.. Between the coyotes and the Whitetail deer on my property I see them alot.
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Did you know that Orientals are THE WORST drivers on this planet?

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Did you know for each kernel of corn thats on the cob is the exact number of silk strings on it also.

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Yeah, but nowadays, all that stuff is considered a "delicacy."
I still carry a P-38 on my key ring, along with a parachute clip (given to me by a buddy of mine who was an actual Rigger).
packed my own once and only once .... being elite someone did it for me ... chutes never came back always buried and forget

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The lion used in the original MGM movie logo killed its trainer and two assistants the day after the logo was filmed.

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