Md deadeye· Registered
What state do you hunt?Don’t even know what to say. That’s really close to what we’ve got all season
IdkBesides trapping, is there anything special on that farm that attracts or holds rabbits?
What state do you hunt?
Trust me if it wasn’t for me meeting the two guys that I meet it wouldn’t be like this. Today was my 5 time out and my dogs have had 78 gunned over them. I know some aren’t going to like that but it’s what I do and I eat them.just like the large numbers of geese, ducks, deer and squirrels every year. But I truly try to stay out of the meat department’s. I raise farm animals and I harvest wildlife. It’s how my dad does and it’s how my grandfather did.
you eat what you shoot , I am the same way, love itNice, I live in SE Missouri and it’s been hard finding them this year. Seems like some places just hold rabbits better. I’ve heard of people putting out salt just not sure if it works or not.
Tj I think your list may need a number 8..... PREDATOR CONTROLStewart cal- salt does help. Main key is 1)predator control
2) habitat thick and nastier the better.
3) predator control
4) permission to hunt it cause you won’t find on public ground 99% of the time
5) predator control
6) good food source(beans, corn, milo, clover, lezpadeza ( not how you spell it)
7) predator control
There was a post on here about building habitatTJRANGER I planted about a 5 acre plot in clover last year and plan to do another 35 in clover lezpadeza mix this spring. I’m running livestock on it as well, but I’m hoping to improve the rabbit population on that farm.