An apple or two isn't bad for them at all but if they gorge on them,they can easily die.Horses have a very sensitive digestive system.Too much grass,too early in the year can founder them,which can be a death sentence.Too much grain will also kill them.You really have to keep an eye on what they eat and how much.Not a horse person here. Are apples bad for horses? Regardless, I wouldn’t presume to give someone else’s animals food without asking.
Why wouldn't that help him to be able to hunt his own land?That's what DMAP is for.Thanks, but that wouldn't help him to be able to hunt his own land. I am thinking it won't be an issue this year with the new application process, but who knows.
There are a couple of good one's up there that we couldn't get on last year. This guy passed one of the Spypoint's this morning...
Too bad it wasn’t one of the Reveals, the pic quality would have been much better.
There's no cost to enroll.After they approve the App,they'll send you coupons that you can take to any license agent to redeem.The tags are $10.You used to be able to get two per person for each DMAP unit.Last year they increased it to 4.I don't see a cost associated, am I missing something?
Most years I hunt bears with big groups.Alot of planning and a ridiculous amount of work goes into the drives themselves so most groups will frown on anyone who refuses to shoot a bear that goes past the standers.I don't have much interest in killing any bear but I do like the anticipation of hearing the shots ringing out and seeing the results of a well-executed drive.As a result,I drive every drive and hope that I don't cross paths with any bear,big or small.I've been on hand when a couple dozen bears have been killed and the smallest bear I've ever witnessed getting shot was an 80lb cub but that was only one time.Most of the bears range from 150-200lbs.I'll never "get" the PA bear hunting mentality of shooting cubs.
I can't think of one positive influence that the legislature has ever had on game management.I don't know. Game Commission officials are not elected by the people. The legislatures are the peoples' representatives. Removing the Legislators in effect gives the people no voice with the Game Commission.