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    DIY Member tregg's Avatar
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    Our town has a goose problem-I don't think we're the only one. They pollute the sidewalks and grass in picnic and playground areas so bad people don't use them-so why are we paying tax dollars for the upkeep of these places. I've started a campaign to find out what to do about it. I'm asking for suggestions. If it was up to me I'd just shoot them or at them. As a former goose hunter I know they would quickly learn to stay away but there are the Save the Geese and the Geese Have Rights Too people in the way.
    "PULL LEMULE"

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    Relocate the geese to all the goose lovers. Put food that the geese like on those people's properties. Nobody likes stepping in shit green or otherwise
    I am definitely not a pro plumber, but I am a pro crastinator

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    I used to raise a lot of geese and shoot the canadian version in the wilds. Best food on earth.

    When I get a dead goose from a fox or disease, I cook them whole, feathers and all, maybe cut the legs, outer wingtips, and head off to better fit the pot. simmer for about 12-20 hours, cool, and put it out for the dog. Eats everything but the toenails. doesnt touch dog food for a week after.

    Chickens, if you have enough, will eat it faster than the dog.

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    Why do we get so many double posts?

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