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Wildlife Habitat Improving habitat for non-cervid game and non-game animals.

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Old 07-06-2005, 12:49 PM
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IMO, it's for the lazy people. However, I "could" see it coming in handy in some of those areas that you can get even the smallest piece of equipment into.
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IMO, it's for the lazy people. However, I "could" see it coming in handy in some of those areas that you can get even the smallest piece of equipment into.
Lazy people with more money than brains.

A little bottle of round up from K-Mart and and hand full of seed from the garden store and your way ahead of this silly idea.
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All I want to know is, who has the roll out lime?
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