This has nothing to do with hunting period, not even a season open.It is very unfortunate that this is the only kind of real publicity the hunting community ever gets despite the fact that ethical hunters would never condone this barbarism! Hope they catch the SOB.
Amen to keeping good relations....it means everything.....bhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaUnfortunately it was a firearm that was used. I made reference to a similar incident a couple years ago in the valley were a cow got shot. The farmer found the bloated animal three days later, all was lost. The slug was obtained, but the one DNR officer told me that funds were not there to follow matching it up. All hunting on the property was stopped to everyone by the farmer. I guess he did not want to or hear or see of firearms. Months later info got leaked it was teenagers, nothing to do with hunting, and really the farmer told me nothing could be done as I know in the end. To this date no one has been allowed to hunt there. All the firearm related incidents seem to screw us. It is why many of my posts lean heavily on respecting landowners wishes, and keeping good relations .
That!!!is an awesome video!!!i love goats Different personalities to each one.....kinda like cats If u happen to live in a rural area close to goats u don't know how lucky u are!!best friends for life dammit! If u don't like them than perhaps u should seek shelter in an urban area?hope they get the penalty they deserve!! Just another backcountry opinionIn no way to I condone this!
I have to say the first thing I thought of was the video clip below. Imagine living next to this 24 hours a day - maybe that is the reason that will come out...???