Paulding man offers coyote elimination for free
by Mary Cosgrove
April 21, 2015 02:39 PM | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend
Not always do four legs and a wagging tail mean man’s best friend. In Paulding County, a large population of coyotes is causing problems for everyone from farmers to airport officials. “There is a big coyote problem in Paulding County,” said David Hunsucker, owner of Dallas firearms company Head Down Products.  About two years ago, Hunsucker, who said he has always enjoyed hunting as a hobby, decided to help those plagued by coyotes. He said it all began when a local farmer asked wh...
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The Paulding Board of Commissioners on Tuesday are set to consider a request to change the county zoning ordinance to allow chickens to be kept on land the size of a typical neighborhood backyard. ...
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