This case was done under the rules of the
Iowa legal system, your state may be different.
My program may be helpful in any
other state in which you are having damages from deer
and think you can do nothing about it. There is no
state in which state owned animals can destroy your
property and you cannot do anything about it. You
can use what we have learned in Iowa, and with some research on the laws in
your state, I believe you can stop the deer damage on your private property
in your state.
Be sure to allow the state government in
your state to do everything they can to stop the deer
damage on your property. Document everything and
do not help them with your time or money (fences,
repellants, ect.) unless they pay you as they "attempt"
(but fail) to stop the deer damage. Offer only to
shoot the deer as this is the cheapest and only
effective way to stop the deer damage. You are not a slave and
note that to them if they ask you to help (money or
time) them with their "problem" state animals.
What we have found out is if you
help them, they will blame you for the "failure" of
their program, as they will say you did not do enough.
Let them fail, not you. Be sure to contact your
state legislators and governor on your situation, so if
you have to go to court you be able to show you did
everything you could to get the state to do something,
and you can show they failed. I cannot stress to much,
to document with letters, E-mails, video and audio recording
of all conversations and meetings that takes place.
Good luck and let us know how your state
is doing to stop the deer damage to your property.
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I am not a lawyer, I am
a tree farmer and have spent 20 years and three days
sitting in a courtroom to understand what the
constitutional right to protect property means, and how
to apply it to my property.
Currently the state of Iowa has had no objections to my method of
"protection property" under the Iowa constitution but
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