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Turds
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Sammie    Posted 03-20-2002 at 19:59:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Well, droppings, in my pasture that look like a deer shaped but much smaller( oval). Skunk? What do skunk droppings look like? What else would it be - maybe? There were a bunch of them like a robbit but thewe are not round and alittle bigger and black.


Hoosierbuddy?    Posted 03-21-2002 at 14:52:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
Turds:The Turds never became accepted in this country because of their name.The Turds,or people from Turdsmania,were people of healthy stock.They were tall,with long straight hair;the men robust,the women bold and beautiful.The first Turds arrived on these shores in fifteen eighty-nine,one year after the defeat of the
Spanish Armada.They were unjustly blamed for the defeat of the Spanish Fleet when a Spanish admiral remarked,"No wonder we lost,we had a bunch of turds managing our cannons!" When finally in America,they also had trouble with lodgings.Most boarding houses had a sign on the front,"No Turds."The Turdsmen naturally interpreted it to mean,"No people from Turdsmania please."They consquently felt rejected,as would any turd. I hope this helps with your turd situation-;^) Hoosierbuddy?


Sammie    Posted 03-21-2002 at 17:04:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thank you. I didn't know where the word came from. I will never think of that word the same way again!! Didn't mean to offend anyone.


jal-SD    Posted 03-21-2002 at 14:51:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ya all got any rabbits in that part of the world? We've got both jack rabbits (that turn white in the winter) & cotton tails (smaller & stay brown in the winter) that deposit small "deer-like" droppings in our part of the country. They both eat grass as well as trees here-cotton tails especially love small fruit-type trees. (My $0.02 worth. jal-SD)


Sammie - here is another    Posted 03-21-2002 at 17:06:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
most of the rabbit droppings I have seen in this part of the country are round but these are alittle big for a bunny unless it is a really BIG bunny!!


Dwayne W PA    Posted 03-22-2002 at 03:10:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
hmmm....maybe it was the easter bunny?..got a pic of my daughter from a few yrs. back,sittin on the easter buuny`s lap..(he or she)was a BIG bunny.....8^)


Sammie    Posted 03-21-2002 at 09:15:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
How about a goat? I just noticed yesterday that was a goat in the neighbors pasture running with the horses. What do goat droppings look like? lol


Redbelly1    Posted 03-21-2002 at 07:09:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
How about small deer?


Sunni    Posted 10-27-2003 at 21:08:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Goat droppings look like black bb's, or black pearl necklaces lmaoooooooo


Sammie    Posted 03-21-2002 at 09:13:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
I don't think it would be a deer in the pasture. I know the orchardist have problems with deer on really cold winters but this hasn't been that bad. One that small should still be with it's mother and I didn't see any signs of a bigger deer.


Ludwig    Posted 03-21-2002 at 06:52:18       [Reply]  [No Email]
Owl pellets?
Take a stick and poke one apart. If it falls apart into bones and fur thats an owl pellet.


Okie-Dokie    Posted 03-21-2002 at 04:00:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hard to tell without seeing a picture. Lots of books on this sub. in all libraries. Take a picture and e-mail it to me & may be I can find it in some books I have.


Farmer-Gene-WI    Posted 03-21-2002 at 03:12:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
Don't know if your area has these but sounds like Porcupine


LH    Posted 03-20-2002 at 20:15:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
If I remeber correctly skunk is similar to fox and coyote droppings, more carnivore like than the pellets which indicates grass eaters.


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