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Hi Guys.
I'm Currently looking for a few farms in NW Missouri to try and trap coyotes/bobcats.
If your trying to Manage for Big Deer, Predator control is a Must.
Coyotes and Bobcats have large kills on your Fawn crop every year.

Caldwell, Daviess , Ray, Livingston, Those would be the 4 closest counties to my trapping spots. I WILL respect the ground and the landowners instruction.
Willing to wait till after the Main portions of deer season passes to start setting traps If you have a Farm where the Coyotes keep ruining your hunt and are in this area. Send me a PM and we could further discuss about Trapping your farm.
 

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Hi Guys.
I'm Currently looking for a few farms in NW Missouri to try and trap coyotes/bobcats.
If your trying to Manage for Big Deer, Predator control is a Must.
Coyotes and Bobcats have large kills on your Fawn crop every year.

Caldwell, Daviess , Ray, Livingston, Those would be the 4 closest counties to my trapping spots. I WILL respect the ground and the landowners instruction.
Willing to wait till after the Main portions of deer season passes to start setting traps If you have a Farm where the Coyotes keep ruining your hunt and are in this area. Send me a PM and we could further discuss about Trapping your farm.
I hope you get some takers.
 

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In a case where the coyotes are getting someones cattle or livestock. I could trap during Month of May. The conservation likes you to be in touch about the problem.
Since its out of Fur-bearer season the hides have no value.
Understand people hunting the farms and wanting them undisturbed though.. Good luck
 
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