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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chuppie, Mar 23, 2017.
Hmmm, might be a good idea for me.
If you get real serious just gas them with ag sourced poison gas like used years ago for tobacco beds here in KY. Thats how we got rid of golf course gophers in KS too.
My most recent choice here has been the poison green pellets dropped down their new holes whenever i see one. You have to wear plastic gloves as it enters your skin! I buy the bags at a farm supply-looks like green dog food.
I planted an area in new grss lately and it started to show tunnels. Turned out I had "meadow voles" not the nearby chipmonks or moles as you might think. Google will help you know who the enemy might be.
Bump for chipmunk season!
It's an infestation around here, they're going 'nutz', and the bastards are buroughing into the house again. Took half a dozen this morning in ~20mins, with a hat trick about as fast as I could reload (.22 scoped air rifle). One fell into thick brush, so I'm not risking Lyme ticks to retreive him, and another was laying (I thought dead) on my lawn for 5mins when another came by and either dragged him into the brush, or woke him up.... maybe I just grazed his head with the pellet and knocked him out temporarily?
Mowing the lawn
Recipe in English
Deep fried Chipmunk appetizers.
Trap 30 to 50 average sized chipmunks
Burn the hair off with a propane torch
Wash in clean cool water the pat dry
Season to taste
Dip in beer batter
Place in deep fryer until golden brown
If it doesn't sound tasty in English then here is the recipe in French
Deep frit Chipmunk amuse-gueule.
Recouvrement chipmunks tailles moyennes de 30 à 50.
Brûle les cheveux avec un flambeau de propane
Laver à l'eau froide et propre, le pat sec
Assaisonner au goût
Plonger dans le parfum de la bière
Placer dans la friteuse jusqu'au brun doré
Suisse frit en amuse-gueule?
Doesn't sound tasty in French either.Google translate?
Even a bull tree squirrel doesn't have a bunch of meat on it, chipmunks sound like a 3rd world meal to me. Controlling them is a wasted effort other than a spot control area. this fall season I see them everywhere in my woods, scampering about storing acorns. Not like your gonna have much luch fighting mother nature, i.e. rodents of any kind. Short of chaining a dog to my apple orchard I've given up on stopping tree squirrels from eating ALL, as in 100% of my apples. I do draw the line on woodpeckers trying to bore into my house gable end rafters after wood bee larvae- bam! and they are no more.