Woodchucks in yard are ok , in flowers? Ohoh!

Muddyboots

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So wife doesn't like the thought of culling the little piggies in yard when I want to protect veggies. Holy šŸ’© when they show up in landscape flowers tonite! Got marching orders"take those little buggers out!" NOW!!
So 1 down and about 5 more to go. Funny how perspective changes....
 

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So wife doesn't like the thought of culling the little piggies in yard when I want to protect veggies. Holy šŸ’© when they show up in landscape flowers tonite! Got marching orders"take those little buggers out!" NOW!!
So 1 down and about 5 more to go. Funny how perspective changes....
If your wife does not want them eliminated try using blood meal it is a great fertilizer and repels rabbits and other pests from your foliage
 

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Been using it since you recommended it. Works great on wabbits but woodchucks don't seem to mind it all. Right up in landscaping without care in world until they realized Bob didn't come home, nor Chuck.
 

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So wife doesn't like the thought of culling the little piggies in yard when I want to protect veggies. Holy šŸ’© when they show up in landscape flowers tonite! Got marching orders"take those little buggers out!" NOW!!
So 1 down and about 5 more to go. Funny how perspective changes....
I know -US/WE - as hunters would rather shoot chucks, but if you have a problem with chucks, moles, ect by your home or can't shoot them. Put some "Wriggles" Chewing Gum in their holes. When the eat it, and they will, they can't get it out of their system and they won't be around anymore. It is a non toxic/non poison to get rid of them.
 
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