View Full Version : NO MORE HOG HUNTS?
03-16-2001, 04:52 PM
I read in today's LA times that a lot of ranchers are stopping access to the cattle fields (ranches) to guests (guided hunters ?) as a way to head off the transmission of hoof & mouth. ###It sounds more like it's affecting the milking operations as the article said that some areas remain open because the animals are less densely concentrated. The article specified ranches in the Coalinga and Chino areas. Has anyone got any better info than the liberal "Times"? ###I'm going to go play in the snow with my kids for a few days. ###Have fun everyone!
03-21-2001, 07:22 PM
I've seen a few articles in the local papers about the Chino diaires. The dairy council was proposing some precautionary measures and they seemd a bit worried about the outbreak, as they should be.
The dairies in Chino are ###pretty crowded with cows. I didn't hunt there last year but I know Chino and Ontario wre annexing a lot of the land and there is no more shooting in many if not all the farms there. One of the farms we used to shoot at is now fenced off and a pipeline is going through. The local cops handed out flyers last year about the comign end to the hunting in the Chino dairies. Sad to see it all come to an end.T he daires are being moved north to near Bakersfield. Big stink I hear up there because they are moving in near schools, (no pun inteneded).
I'm not familiar with Coalinga and the diaries up there.
04-01-2001, 10:51 PM
I have wanted to pig hunt the Chino area, is this going to effect bowhunting? And those of you who have hunted the farms, was there a fee involved to landowners? I would appreciate any info....tryed to get info on access to Santa Ana River bed, and the field bioigist tells me there is no access unless you know landowners there....want a pig in the freezer! So please any info that will be helpful will be welcomed.
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