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    global worming

    I was reading this article.
    mid way down I read this.
    His theory is that the worms take out all the understory plants, leaving nothing for deer to chew on but the young trees.
    so do you see less deer every year?
    do you have worms in your hunting spot?
    are the worms eating all the deer food so that there is less deer around?
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    "Whoa, Sandworms. Ya hate 'em, right? I HATE 'EM MYSELF!"

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    Most of the deer in Southern Ontario feed on corn and soy beans. However, deer everywhere feed on whatever is "in season". As in acorns in the Fall, grass in Spring, trees at other times. I suspect Julia and Annise may have been smoking something recently made legal.

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