They have come....

Help Support CattleToday:

HOSS

Well-known member
Joined
Jun 1, 2005
Messages
4,348
Reaction score
2
Location
Middle Tennessee
Well they are finally here.....I saw my first diller dead on the road this morning. They are quite populous in west Tennessee but this is the first that I have seen here in middle Tennessee. As usual it was dead on the road as is 99% of all dillers that I have ever seen. I think I have only seen a handfull of live ones. My brother lives in west tennessee and a few years ago we caught a live one and covered it up with a milk crate and put heavy rocks on top to hold it down. In a couple of hours it dug a tunnel under it that a badger would be proud of and escaped.
 

alacattleman

Well-known member
Joined
Mar 22, 2006
Messages
4,141
Reaction score
0
Location
heart of dixie
HOSS":1vuyc5mz said:
Well they are finally here.....I saw my first diller dead on the road this morning. They are quite populous in west Tennessee but this is the first that I have seen here in middle Tennessee. As usual it was dead on the road as is 99% of all dillers that I have ever seen. I think I have only seen a handfull of live ones. My brother lives in west tennessee and a few years ago we caught a live one and covered it up with a milk crate and put heavy rocks on top to hold it down. In a couple of hours it dug a tunnel under it that a badger would be proud of and escaped.
their here too, i think they would have stopped folks from eating road kill if they showed up years ago,,they make the nastiest looking roadkill next to a turtle,,
 
Top