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Hunters are not all bad . The past does leave a bad taste in the mouth of farmers

I am a Canadian . Born and raised in Northern Ontario (South River)

  I move to the city some time ago and have a hard time with the way people are Treated down south

  when they meet you here, you are tarred with the same stick used on all Citidoits.

 Two wrongs don't make a right And treat people as you wish to be treated.

 

     I respect all people I meet, and the way they live there lives.

 I work in the Geo-thermal industry . I wish to fined some places to hunt around the area of Guelph                      

I will work and help out with what I can to build a relationship with Farmers and show that we Hunters are all not alike. I hunt one farm in Mountforest its a sheep farm and the Farmer loves Us

We hunt the ground hog and Pigeons that eat his grain inside the barn

 Another is a horse farm in Belwood that is over run with Coyotes and Trukeys that scare the hor

 I will hunt Racoons, Coyotes,Pigeons, Turkeys and Deer

  Give me a chance to show you we are not all the same

    please Email me at m.furlong@cleanenergy.ca

   Thank you for your time

          

 

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At least you are trying to build a relationship with the farmers...alot of people just trespass and do what they want.

Make some friends and do some favours and people will likely allow you to hunt on their property if it is safe.

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