What are the laws in Canada regarding Buffalo? Does the fact that he is "in his ancestral grounds" take precedence over your ownership of your property? Can you say "Beefalo?"Northern Rancher wrote:Went out this A'M and my calving cows seemed a bit more alert than usual-an hour later found out why-a gravel truck driver told me he saw a buffalo running our fence. I went and found him-he got in our big swamp pasture so I guess he's ours till he decides to leave. I had the crosshairs on him_I'm wondering if I'm gong to regret taking a Leupold snapshot of him lol. He's in his ancestral grounds anyway lots of buff skulls out there.
Ah Hah! You CAN say "Beefalo"!Northern Rancher wrote:Well I gave my buffalo buddy a couple days to wander home-hadn't seen him till tonight when he was back in my cows. He started running them hard and is now four quarters in the back of my neighbors truck. I buffaloed bill'd him with one shot from my .270 lol.
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