Trapping land wanted (Lincoln county)

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FARMERS, ranchers, orchard owners (and gardeners) tired of crop loss from raccoons, please contact me. I will thin your raccoons this winter. An average population density of approximately 20 per square mile, raccoons number approximately 1.4 million in Missouri. Current research indicates that raccoons are responsible for the vast majority (87%) of depredation to field corn. It is believed that 1 raccoon can do $1100, or more, in crop damage (to corn) per season.
Raccoon damage often is associated with portions of fields bordered by woodlots. Competition for nutrients and sunlight from nearby trees can delay corn development along the edges of fields that border woodlots, so raccoons may initially feed on ears many rows into the field from the wooded edge. The raccoons will then follow the progression of corn development into the milk stage from the inner rows out towards the edge of the field. Some raccoon damage is characterized by downed stalks along a 2- to 3-row band. I have over 200 traps and I will be effective. I can also trap coyotes for people who are wanting to reduce their impact on desirable wildlife. No fee, but I prefer "somewhat" close to the Troy area. We can discuss the distance later, so do not let it deter you from contacting me. Please email me, for privacy reasons. Thank you, and good luck with those rascals.
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