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Tag Archive: tim ivey

May
23

How to trap and catch more coyotes and all predators with using wind Thermals

Tim Ivey

“I’ll Never Look At a Tract of Trapping Land the Same Again” by Tim Ivey I had some down time so I was thinking about the upcoming Trapping season and prevailing winds. In my mind’s eye, I was going back through all of the sets I put in and how I had placed them based …

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May
13

HUMAN RABIES PRE-EXPOSURE VACCINE AVAILABLE AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR WILDLIFE CONTROL OPERATORS AND TRAPPERS

Bobcats caught by Tim Ivey

by Tim Ivey This past week I met with my primary doctor for my annual physical. During the course of the examination I mentioned that I was a Predator Trapper and Certified Wildlife Control Operator licensed by the State of Georgia. My doctor immediately asked me if I had received the Human Rabies vaccination based …

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May
08

Incorporating Google Earth and a GPS into Your Trapping System

using a maps to catch and trap coyotes

by Tim Ivey I am fortunate to have a full time job as a Locksmith in this unstable economy. Therefore, I am only able to run my ADC business and trap in the evenings and on the weekends. I also take vacation time from work during the winter. When I started my business up I …

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Apr
30

Trapping and catching coyotes and all predators for Quality Deer Management and livestock protection

Tim Ivey with a trapped coyote

“Understanding the Cost of Animal Damage Removal from a Business Perspective” by Tin Ivey I am sitting here waiting for the weather to warm some┬ábefore I go check the traps I put out on part of the Farm yesterday. I put myself in the place of a person who’s had a pet or livestock that …

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Apr
12

Coyote and Bobcat Control trapping should be an Integral Part of Any Deer Club’s QDM Plan

coyote trapper for deer management

“I posted the following note on the QDMA forums a few days ago. I did so because it occured to me that I have never heard anyone on these forums talk about Coyote Control as part of their overall QDM Management Plan…Clubs spend thousands of dollars a year in seed, fertilizer, maintenance, culling yet do …

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