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How to keep bulldogs from eatin' the watermelons??!!
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ShepFL    Posted 06-17-2001 at 20:09:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Recent rains relly pounded my U-Pick efforts. That's all part of this life I have chosen.

What I didn't plan on was the dang dogs eating my watermelons. Seriously!! Vines got knocked down uncovering the fruit. Now my big male (80#) is going out there & hauling off my melons ~3-6 lb size.

Once he is done "playing ball" with them, he leaves them in the yard and my best female comes along breaks them open and eats them just like a kid would, slurping and slopping. Any suggestions on how to prevent this turn of events? And I was worried about deer and the birds. . .


Okie-Dokie    Posted 06-18-2001 at 19:24:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have had some trouble with coyotes eating watermellons. They start at one end & go plum thru to the other end. They go thru real fast if I have my shot gun handy.


Salmoneye    Posted 06-18-2001 at 05:29:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Wish I could help, but I could bnever keep my old lab out of the concord grapes.

Sorry...


Duey (IA)    Posted 06-17-2001 at 20:54:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Shep, A good electric fence will stop most anything if you put something on it to attract them so they get a good dose. After that just unhook it for the you-pick during the day. It will stop bulls n bears n deer n dogs. Duey


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