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  1. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    To the list of visitors to the garden... (y)

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    You wont have any garden left Mo, the badgers will destroy everything and the Jay will destroy any young birds and eggs.:(
     
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    You get mad cow disease from badgers Mo, apparently.

    I suspect you are immune though:BigGrin:
     
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    Dispatched tally to date... 1. Bunny with mixywotsit.. :cry:.. only 2 Magpie`s out of dozens.. (Witnessed them taking a full nest of baby Black Birds.. :mad:).. 1.Huge "Rat".. and a partially hurt Wood Pigeon.. :(
     
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    Do you cook them all fresh or bung in freezer for later?:rolleyes:
     
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