SC Kansas

Probably prettiest cat I have ever had a pic of

Oh, wow! That is primo!


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Look at those spots! Unbelievable!
 
Yea that is a dandy cat.
 
Read today kansas did do the spring trapping season,april-sept with cage or dog proofs so I will get some set tomorrow
 
Read today kansas did do the spring trapping season,april-sept with cage or dog proofs so I will get some set tomorrow
I hadn't heard that. That is a good deal. Fur prices are never going to keep coon, skunk and possum populations in check.
 
Another bobcat
 

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Fruit trees are looking good,all are loaded.My pears have some browning on tips.Not like fire blight so I don't know what caused it
 

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My 30 tree orchard planted last year is looking ok,Getting some browsing so I need to raise the 4 ft fence
 

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What's that cost? It's pretty cool, but I didn't catch pricing in the site. Good man cave idea.
 
What's that cost? It's pretty cool, but I didn't catch pricing in the site. Good man cave idea.
$100 for the digital copy then more for prints depending on size.
 
Has anyone ever harvested their own milkweed seed to plant more? I also finally got a rack on the tractor to carry a chainsaw or whatever
 

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Yea its not too difficult. Wait for the pods to start to split so you know the seed is ripe. Depending on how much you want to save and plant, you can rub the "silk" off by hand or I have seen them throw it in a cement mixer and run it for a bit in some sand to pull the "silk" off. I would guess the seed probably needs to be cold stratified prior to planting. Or plant and let Mother Nature stratify it for you.
 
I read where they recommended planting in Oct-Nov.It's crazy common milkweed plants were 50.00 and that was the cheapest I saw, don't even ask about seed prices
 
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