posted on May, 19 2011 @ 06:24 PM
reply to post by glitch88
A shephard would be great.
I am partial to pits, but you are right, if they aren't raised around the animals and strictly trained, they might be a bigger culprit than the
predators. They can be terrific though. Personally, I don't care for Rottweilers. They are big and friendly, but I have never encountered an
overly intelligent one. So my choice #1 Pit with a lot of care and training, or #2 Shephard.
NE Oklahoma does have many Hawks and Eagles. There is even a decent sized population of Bald Eagles becoming known in the area. Someone mentioned
Branson, MO earlier, and Branson is getting a very nice population of Bald Eagles. There are plenty of raptors and predatory birds there to do the
I wonder if the high tensile wire will work like it does for seagulls around the resorts and beach restaurants? It doesn't hurt the birds, it just a
deterrent that keeps them from making that high-speed dive.