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sorry half

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tallyho wrote:
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because considering your citizenship ... i was trying to ease a location as an example ....could have said Fargo ..
I'm with you ....appreciated.

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Deer Whisperer wrote:
Good morning (almost evening for some) Kitchen-eers!
Hip, Hip, birthday Kryp ... peace to your passed mate.
Cuz El ... hope the library books wanted shall be in directly. After motor car service, it took 4 stops to accomplish my shopping goals for Monday. More is in future in some day(s) hence.
The original range of plain bison in America included where Chicago is; and extended to where Philadelphia is, and maybe knocking on the doors of Trenton N.J. native American homes. While in western New York state, they seem to have not ranged to where New York City is now.
There is a map comparing original range to ranges after near-extermination in stages in this article sub-section:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_bison#H...
That is an amazing link, t/y. We now have Buffalo being farmed here....sadly.

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tallyho wrote:
did you ever wonder how many Buffalo would be crapping right now if mankind had not hunted
70 million in about 200 years would equate to
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the female gives birth to one calf after about nine months. assume have were female that would add about 30 million a year ...
yep on your tip toes
Would there have been sufficient food for them in those numbers?

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eleanorigby wrote:
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Would there have been sufficient food for them in those numbers?
it was a parody on death/hunting.... people always say what a shame , but nature takes care of itself .... man always messes up ..Australia did fine without the rabbit..

Florida did fine without a boa ...

here is a very true , but sad note ,what would the world population have been with out war????
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tallyho wrote:
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it was a parody on death/hunting.... people always say what a shame , but nature takes care of itself .... man always messes up ..Australia did fine without the rabbit..
Florida did fine without a boa ...
here is a very true , but sad note ,what would the world population have been with out war????
Agree there tall yho, war,in it's day was basically a form of natural population control...albeit that the transgressors didn't realize..(or did they..hmmmmmm)
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Dec 17, 2013
 
"The most merciful thing a large family does to one of it's infant members is to kill it" - Margaret Sanger (Planned Parenthood)....how do ya like them apples ??????????

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LOST IN MISSISSIPPI wrote:
<quoted text>the loss of the buffalo on the great plains removed the most important part of the eco balance
For you, LIM... a timeless oldie.

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beatlesinthebog wrote:
<quoted text>Agree there tall yho, war,in it's day was basically a form of natural population control...albeit that the transgressors didn't realize..(or did they..hmmmmmm)
wars aren't fought for reduction of the human race , that is a very sad note of wars...as the victors receive the riches [spoils]
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tallyho wrote:
did you ever wonder how many Buffalo would be crapping right now if mankind had not hunted
yes, enough to eliminate the need for petrochemical based fertilizers

care to try again
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tallyho wrote:
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wars aren't fought for reduction of the human race , that is a very sad note of wars...as the victors receive the riches [spoils]
Like Vietnamese?
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eleanorigby wrote:
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Would there have been sufficient food for them in those numbers?
Now don't start interjecting facts into the conversation.

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LOST IN MISSISSIPPI wrote:
<quoted text>the loss of the buffalo on the great plains removed the most important part of the eco balance
props to you for that was true -- especially in the plains.

Good evening/morning Kitchen-eers.

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LOST IN MISSISSIPPI wrote:
<quoted text>busy, aquatic flora and fauna on the way,not really ready for where they will be in size/volume in a few weeks, good motivation
last time in had a root canal, hope you fare better
I had a root canal a few months ago, right before going in for the checkup just prior to today.

Ok, now are you taking the advice you gave me about diatoms? You know, to conquer water pollution and make big bucks? ;)

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wrong .... you have enough we don't miss the buff...

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eleanorigby wrote:
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That is an amazing link, t/y. We now have Buffalo being farmed here....sadly.
Same here, as is elk.

I hope you enjoy these links. Bison "built" the first road in southern Indiana, to be used by native Americans and explorers and early settlers of "the frontier" as it would be to much of early colonial America.

http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/hoosier/special...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffalo_Trace_%2...
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Deer Whisperer wrote:
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I had a root canal a few months ago, right before going in for the checkup just prior to today.
Ok, now are you taking the advice you gave me about diatoms? You know, to conquer water pollution and make big bucks? ;)
breading brood stock for a new fish farm

also culturing the feed to help stimulate hormones for breading, makes for healthier fish too

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1st rule ... always follow a game trail as it leads to water ...

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eleanorigby wrote:
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Would there have been sufficient food for them in those numbers?
For the moment, disregard "white men" except for a nominal number of trappers/ "mountain men" trading with native Americans. The balance was operative:

1) bison are ranging animals; they would move around as food needs required and available.
2) diseases.
3) predators such as wolves, and where grizzly bears ranged.
4) native Americans primarily taking as needed; and certainly some for trading purposes.

Even with the natives accessing firearms, it would have taken quite awhile for this balance to be altered without the impact of "white man's" manifest destiny as assisted by railroads, and the slaughter by professional hunters, including the national agenda to deplete native Americans food resources and way of life.

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there are a few new reasons wild life is making a comeback

land being posted
kids to day couldn't find a hippo in a phone booth
and they don't know what to do with it once they get it

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