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    Filthy Rabbits

    I have rabbits eating new plants that i just planted - Ornamental Grass. anyone have any ideas to get them out of my yard....that has worked. i think i am going to go buy some marigolds tonight and see if that will help....

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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    shot gun



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    A pellet gun is probably more precise, and legal.


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    A ferocious dog.


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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Quote Originally Posted by SchuellerClones View Post
    I have rabbits eating new plants that i just planted - Ornamental Grass. anyone have any ideas to get them out of my yard....that has worked. i think i am going to go buy some marigolds tonight and see if that will help....

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    A beagle, I wish we had rabbits near our yard...the bred-in instincts are amazing.



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Quote Originally Posted by SchuellerClones View Post
    I have rabbits eating new plants that i just planted - Ornamental Grass. anyone have any ideas to get them out of my yard....that has worked. i think i am going to go buy some marigolds tonight and see if that will help....

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    I've heard that you can use hair (human or pet) in the flowerbed and that will keep them away.



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    I dropped three, three weekends ago with my .22 and haven't seen one since.


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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Well, I accidentally mutilated a baby rabbit in my yard a couple weeks ago while mowing the lawn. Totally didn't see it and the blade ripped that thing into shreads.

    ...anyway, I haven't seen the rabbits as much lately.



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    BB gun. works great.


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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Quote Originally Posted by cychhosis View Post
    I dropped three, three weekends ago with my .22 and haven't seen one since.
    Did you have rabbit stew?



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Urine works.
    Human, on the grass not the rabbit. If you can urinate on a rabbit you have mad skillz.



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Quote Originally Posted by drmwevr08 View Post
    A pellet gun is probably more precise, and legal.
    I use a pellet gun, but this is not legal where I live. If you can get it out the window, that is the best way.

    Not legal in most towns/cities I'm sure, especially 'metro' areas.



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Quote Originally Posted by SchuellerClones View Post
    I have rabbits eating new plants that i just planted - Ornamental Grass. anyone have any ideas to get them out of my yard....that has worked. i think i am going to go buy some marigolds tonight and see if that will help....

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    If you have access to blood (ie butcher shop) sprinkle a little around -- has worked for my family for years



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    Re: Filthy Rabbits

    Quote Originally Posted by jaretac View Post
    Did you have rabbit stew?
    Nah, threw 'em in the ditch by the the garden as a warning to the invading hordes.


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