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Dealing with Woodchuck Damage

Dealing with Woodchuck Damage      
Dealing with Woodchuck Damage
Woodchucks frequently damage plants in NH home grounds and gardens. They mow down many garden plants, and dig burrows which dry out the roots of trees. Back when most NH people relied on horses, woodchucks were scorned because their hidden holes could cause a horse to trip and break a leg. No wonder we call them pests!
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