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Hanging Deer Feeder

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Nuts To Them! 8 Brilliant Backyard Squirrel Feeders

Nuts To Them! 8 Brilliant Backyard Squirrel Feeders | WebEcoist

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from Here Comes The Sun

Cheerio Birdfeeders

Flavored Cheerios will attract bees, as well as the birds.. Hang them high so deer don't rip them down. Super easy, good idea, especially for younger scouts. I envision this being a task that the Boy Scouts can help the Cub Scouts with for one of their pins or belt loops!

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from Etsy

Rustic Lamp Window Photography old homestead ghost town pane beige barn rusty farm - By the lamplight - fine art photograph

By the lamplight

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$16.00 5 gallon deer feeder. Not only is this cheap, but its easy and fast. You can make about 6 of these for the same cost as you can buy one from the store. Parts: 1- 3" PVC drain clean-out tee, 2- 3" PVC 45 degree elbows, 1- 5 gallon bucket and lid, 2- 1 1/4" outdoor-grade screws

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from Holidappy

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Jolly Christmas Reindeer Flag with Candy Canes and Christmas Tree decorations hanging from his antlers.

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digital hanging deer feeder battery solar panel combo free shipping

from Better Homes and Gardens

Suet Cakes

Homemade suets. Details: Combine one part peanut butter, two parts birdseed, and five parts cornmeal to each part melted beef suet (available in the meat section of your grocery store). Press the mixture into muffin tins. Let harden. Drop a suet cake into a net bag and hang from a tree branch.

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5 Gallon Hanging Deer Feeders w/ Adjustable Timer $184.99 reg. $269.99 http://wp.me/p3bv3h-c0T

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Stealth Moultrie all in one hanging deer feeder - http://deerfeeders.co/stealth-moultrie-all-in-one-hanging-deer-feeder/

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from SF Gate

Can You Use Deer Droppings for Vegetable Garden Fertilizer?

As deer munch fruit off your trees, tear leaves from prized perennials and shear vegetables off a few feet from the ground, they also leave a little something behind. Deer produce approximately 93 pellets of waste at a time, 13 times a day. While deer droppings are a rich source of nitrogen, they're not the best choice of fertilizer for a vegetable garden.