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Unread Messageby izentrop » 15/06/18, 00:09

Pork boar crossing is rare and forbidden http://www.midilibre.fr/2014/04/05/coch ... 844772.php
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 15/06/18, 09:07

If only all the prohibitions were respected.

[Another one of those asides that sometimes make it difficult for me to understand: if only the deputies and administrative officials wanted to take prohibition texts only when they are able to verify compliance with the ban! Sometimes it's just about having a legal "arsenal" of abuse that everyone notices. Without that, in a democracy, it is impossible to act. But from there to believe that a prohibition solves a problem, there is a step ... kilometric!]
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 15/06/18, 09:09

Ahmed wrote:It is considered that the current range of the wild boars is 3 for 2 years, which is more than formerly (a litter / year) ...



OK, that, technically, I can believe it.
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Unread Messageby phil12 » 15/06/18, 10:47

Did67 wrote:If only all the prohibitions were respected.



Hello everyone,

In the past for almost fifteen years I raised organic Gascon pork outdoors.
I often had requests for hunters to crossbreed, asked directly I did not provide (I was even stolen for what purpose ??), but I sold breeding to all corners of the world. Hexagon :-) Even in Corsica, I know for a fact that some had to do crusaders in nature, but how to know and refuse a breeding sale that normally serves to save an endangered race (when I started there were two boars in France).
I even once had a zoophile who wanted to buy me a sow !! we live a wonderful time! : Cheesy:

I had a visit from a young boar the other day little damage, he raised the straw to look for worms, I hope he was just mop and he will not bring his herd back into some months .
This year it was 12000 wild boars in Aveyron, on an article that I read they say that a year of good acorn population can double.

Ps / To test I made a test of board Garlic / beans no differences between this board and others despite the so-called bad association.
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 15/06/18, 12:54

phil12 wrote:
I even once had a zoophile who wanted to buy me a sow !! we live a wonderful time! : Cheesy:



Ah, everything is lost. I had been taught morals ... "Do not make sows what you would not want us to do to you!" did I remember ... [well, come on, you'll forgive me, that one!]
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Unread Messageby phil12 » 15/06/18, 13:23

It's a truism!
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Re: Slug

Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 19/06/18, 21:02

Did67 wrote:It's stronger than me, I get out of my hinges.
Say Didier, you must know how to take on this forum, to accept your boar boars !!!
It is perhaps the principle of the forum that wants sometimes we are tempted to get carried away behind our computer, with all the information available on the net and our words go beyond what we would allow in a discussion face to face, especially since our reactions can sometimes be shifted in time ... myself I'm afraid of having sometimes given in to this temptation, so I would not lecture anybody ... but all the same, all that for what was initially a kind of joke!

The person who told me about this info takes care of a garden center where I bought some plants. Its vagueness was great (it is I who interpolated for example "wildlife specialist" because she no longer remembered the trade name of the specialist). I went to see this gardener again and in fact he was talking about a master's student who was counting animals and, to talk about our discussion, actually the figure of 5 now seems dubious (is it the student who is cheated or the gardener who has poorly retained the info ...).

It does not matter in the end I did not want to talk about wild boars !!! (even if it's also interesting) In any case and after reflection, what I would remember is that for some species and certainly depending on the land areas, the global warming can be a "godsend". It is reasonable to imagine that there will be positive physiological adaptations and physiological mutations that go hand in hand with the rapid rise in temperatures. Thus, it seems, several species thus show an extension of the reproduction period and a greater number of passages to the act! This phenotypic plasticity is seen for example in some birds:
http://www.conservation-nature.fr/article2.php?id=808
In the case of wild boar, since it was necessary for me to search and to answer you anyway, the narrowing or the disappearance of oestrus (as it seems like pig) could be due to winters more hot (modification of fructifications, ...) but not that (hybridizations? ...).
Be careful, I'm not a specialist in breeding wild boar or heated acorn and what you read is almost my only commitment !!

http://wildlifeandman.be/docs/361-sangl ... glier-.pdf
http://www.oncfs.gouv.fr/IMG/file/mammi ... _klein.pdf

In any case, the "tabloids" focus more, and in a certain way with reason, on the problems of species put in difficulty by global warming, no need to return to that. On the other hand, we have little information on animal adaptation capacities to climate change.

To conclude by returning to the subject of slugs (!!), they are cold-blooded animals and their ability to adapt to global warming could be seen in two ways:
+: a very old animal that has already withstood several important climate changes
-: can not move much to adapt to a rapid change of temperatures
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Re: Slug

Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 19/06/18, 21:19

Otherwise after the return of the rain, I was treated to a new invasive wave of slugs ... so back to the pocket filling ... what disgust you definitely gardening!

I have measured the temperature above and below the hay and sometimes there is a difference of several degrees which could allow the slugs, those "cold-blooded" animals that can not handle their temperature themselves. unlike us (sweating ...), to easily find their ideal temperature which apparently would be 18 °: when it is too hot on them they can go below and vice versa.

I also notice that at home they have preferences: they love the pdt, even a well-blooming plant in bloom, it's madness! It is perhaps their flowers elsewhere that attract them, but on the other hand they quickly leave the tomato plants (flowers too). They do not attack cucurbitaceae almost or never, and have never touched celery, very little beet, chard. They have planed my seedlings of beans but neglected my seedlings of peas, go understand ...
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Re: Slug

Unread Messageby fl78960 » 19/06/18, 22:24

Hello,

It seems that the Trimota - Tison of Satan is appreciated slugs.

In any case, that's what Wikipedia says, and that's what I saw a few days ago in a garden close to my home:

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... practical for a "picking" at man's height : Cheesy:
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Re: Slug

Unread Messageby Did67 » 20/06/18, 09:32

to be chafoin wrote:
Did67 wrote:It's stronger than me, I get out of my hinges.
Say Didier, you must know how to take on this forum, to accept your boar boars !!!



Yes. All my excuses.

It's sometimes stronger than me, even if I try to correct myself.

Unfortunately, I do too many answers and too quickly ... This exposes me to say too brutally instead of arguing methodically ("answers to the cookie cutter").

Unfortunately, I am sincerely dismayed by this mania of the net to "swell" the line, even to make "fake-news" and especially peddle ... Yes, it puts me out of me! Which is not good ...

So yes, it happens to me to hurt.

I "reassure" you (how to express yourself), it happens to me also in "live", the person in front!
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