Hedgeball v T post: what are the odds?

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  1. IowaBowHunter1983

    IowaBowHunter1983 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Promise this was not place by a person.

    Pretty wild really.

    I'm easily amused. [​IMG]

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    Nice! Supposedly they chase spiders from your basement. Tried it once and the mice ate them, LOL. Also, Osage orange is good wood for making self bows.


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    So they say. I had to load up a relative with a hundred of them to go to Colorado. Those people out there swear by them..apparently out there they go for a couple bucks a piece. I'm thinking.... damn i gotta have a million hedgeballs on my farm.

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    Yes they do!

    My wife always wants me to gather some every year to keep bugs away and decor, until they start to rot that is.....don't know that they actually do though?

    That one pictured must have had some momentum to stick to the t-post, that's kinda crazy!
     
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    No doubt. I have some hedge trees that gotta be well over a hundred years old and are 40' tall. Lots of momentum. :)

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