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I received a call from a farmer who's got trouble with beaver flooding his cotton field.He asked me to take a look.Its a small swamp but I took a few pictures.Theres a terrier in this first picture.

I will post some pictures good enough for public viewfrom this season.I will not reply to fighting or crying.The third picture down was in a rangy place.I located the bitch 200 yards from entrance wit

Barn Hunting with a group of friends in Iowa February 2001. Racoons are widely regarded as pests and do a considerable amount of damage. They damage farmer's crops and get into barns where t

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Where them coons shot or do they go to ground if so that would be a bit a fun alright I know nothing about racoons obviously but thought they dwelled above ground and trees and that.That coyote would be a challenge with terriers

The coons were mostly taken with terriers in barns, some were taken in old log piles, I can't remember digging any from a natural earth but it wasn't from the lack of trying. 

The coyotes were all taken with lurchers 


Edited to say that the barn hunted coons were shot with a  .22 humanly as soon as possible once we got to the terrier and coon

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Coons get anywhere they can, stick piles, barns, earth, pretty much anywhere a fox would get over here. 

I've seen a few decent digs lads have had over there but they're the exception not the rule.

There's nothing on the scale of the massive old badger setts over there, the North American badger is nomadic,  believe me I was looking.  I found plenty of active looking places, all no more than a scratched out rabbit warren.

Look on YouTube,  there's all sorts of hunting in America on there.

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