On social media we were discussing food. Mention that deer had more rights to his property than he did. I remember that fences had be so high to keep the deer out of the apple orchids in Eastern Washington. I forget how high the fence needed be. I haven’t use them as the picture are poor.
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We have deer around our cabin in Northern New Mexico, but it so cold there that we have trouble getting fruit trees to grow. We have to fence in most plants that are not native or the deer will eat them up. Great picture of the deer reaching for a tasty apple.