coyotes..any advice on living with them?

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    we have coyotes here in the nc mountains..they were introduced. great move. now they are killing pets. any advice on how to live with coyotes and keep your small pets...i have cats.. i normally will not allow the cats out without the dogs...i dont leave dog food or cat food out but i do have bird feeders.

    any advice is much appreicated...by clark and roland who are not coyote bait.
     
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    We've had that problem with chickens and small animals such as calves over the years, gotta have high enough fence to keep the coyotes off but a cat will climb over, perhaps a "hot" fence around your property.
     
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    Get a rifle and a hunting permit and lots of ammo. Shoot on sight. Petition the Idiot Democrats that run this State to allow the shooting of pests like Coyotes.
     
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    coyotes are mostly nocturnal hunters, from what I know and have seen. Unless you plan on leaving your cats out all night, it shouldn't be a major problem.
     
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    You obviously missed the part about pets being killed in her area. Coyotes are pests. Perfectly fine in small numbers, but dangerous in large numbers. Another example of the retards that run this State. Democrats I might add.
     
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    hmm rsg....when coyotes are hunted they go into season more and have larger litters...hunting does not really impact their population...remember the attempts at eradication out west..never successful..

    i do not allow the cats out at night or without the large dogs being out....plus i have outbuilding they can hide in...i have noticed that the rabbits and ground hogs have all but disappeared...as soon as they make an impact on the wild turkeys hunters will take over...they have worked too hard to establish the wild turkeys
     
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    What the fuck are you so angry about you fucking sissy girl? Democrats caused stollbones problem? :lol: You are the worst kind of sissy girl partisan hack.

    she asked for fucking opinion. Around here, the only pets that get eaten are those left out at night. And half the time, I think people just blame coyotes, when in fact probably something else happened to the pet. I've never seen or heard of coyotes hunting pets in broad daylight around here. But, thats just my expierence, sissy girl.
     
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    shoot em---and keep shooting them. They aint stupid--they will move out of your neck of the woods.
     
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    get yourself a roadrunner.
     
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