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Hello, 

I moved to the Embrun area last year and am looking for an opportunity to build a long lasting relationship with a farm in the eastern Ontario area. I am an experienced hunter and am looking for a place to harvest a few animals a year. I have a $3M liability insurance for hunting purposes and am looking to help with nuisance animals (especially migratory birds / coyotes ) to ensure the ongoing productivity of your crops and safety of your livestock. I would like this arrangement to be mutually beneficial and am willing to help with general farm duties as well as sharing the meat from any animal that I am allowed to harvest.

I have spoken to a few people and understand that area farmers have had a lot of problems with local hunters in the past. I would like the opportunity to help change that image. I am more than willing to come and meet anyone that is interested just to have a chat and see if we can work together. I'll bring the coffee. I speak both French and English. 

I am sure we can come to an arrangement that is beneficial for us both.

Kindest regards, 

Pierre Boulanger

prot0col@hotmail.com

613-796-6767

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