Goose problems??

tcsmith4

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Anyone having problems with geese? My brother and I, both Firefighters in Texas (Dallas and Fort Worth) along with my son who is 22 years old would love to help any farmers that have geese raiding their crops. We are avid waterfowl hunters and are very respectful of peoples land that we hunt on(Picking up our hulls, etc.) We are willing to travel to wherever the geese are.
My phone number is 817-694-8804. Please send me a text if we can help you out because I do not answer unknown numbers. We would greatly appreciate this opportunity
 

Banana Bar

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Location
Bury St Edmunds
Anyone having problems with geese? My brother and I, both Firefighters in Texas (Dallas and Fort Worth) along with my son who is 22 years old would love to help any farmers that have geese raiding their crops. We are avid waterfowl hunters and are very respectful of peoples land that we hunt on(Picking up our hulls, etc.) We are willing to travel to wherever the geese are.
My phone number is 817-694-8804. Please send me a text if we can help you out because I do not answer unknown numbers. We would greatly appreciate this opportunity
I think you’re going to be travelling a long way to help members on this forum ( based in the U.K.)!
 

Dry Rot

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Livestock Farmer
I think you’re going to be travelling a long way to help members on this forum ( based in the U.K.)!
Oh, but they will. When I ran a sporting agency many years ago, I got a phone call at 3.00am asking about goose shooting from Ivon Ivanovich of Anchorage Alaska. It sounded like a leg pull and my response was, "Oh yeah! :rolleyes:". But, to my surprise, it was! (I'm afraid I couldn't accommodate him as we were booked up). Maybe try some of the crofting Facebook pages?
 

tcsmith4

New Member
I think you’re going to be travelling a long way to help members on this forum ( based in the U.K.)!
Oh, but they will. When I ran a sporting agency many years ago, I got a phone call at 3.00am asking about goose shooting from Ivon Ivanovich of Anchorage Alaska. It sounded like a leg pull and my response was, "Oh yeah! :rolleyes:". But, to my surprise, it was! (I'm afraid I couldn't accommodate him as we were booked up). Maybe try some of the crofting Facebook pages?
I think you’re going to be travelling a long way to help members on this forum ( based in the U.K.)!
Okay thank you. yep that would be a little to far. thank you
 

Shutesy

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Arable Farmer
Location
Stansted
Anyone having problems with geese? My brother and I, both Firefighters in Texas (Dallas and Fort Worth) along with my son who is 22 years old would love to help any farmers that have geese raiding their crops. We are avid waterfowl hunters and are very respectful of peoples land that we hunt on(Picking up our hulls, etc.) We are willing to travel to wherever the geese are.
My phone number is 817-694-8804. Please send me a text if we can help you out because I do not answer unknown numbers. We would greatly appreciate this opportunity
Welcome along to the forum, as has been pointed out this is a mainly UK based farming forum, there are US members on here but perhaps less than 10 that come and post regularly and whether any of them are in Texas or the surrounding states I'm not sure.
 

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How to mitigate heat stress in cattle

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Written by John Swire

With temperatures forecast to rise above 25°C, cattle producers should be prepared to mitigate the negative effects of heat stress on their beef and dairy animals.

“Cattle are fairly comfortable when the ambient temperature is between 15°C and 25°C over the summer months but if the thermometer rises significantly, production performance will start to suffer,” warns Jacob Lakin from Azelis Animal Nutrition.

“This is because both a milk production and growing beef animal will start to divert energy away from production performance towards keeping cool. You’ll notice if a cow is struggling during a summer heatwave because she will start to salivate heavily and pant...
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