Feeding hare

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44magman
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Feeding hare

Post by 44magman » Sat Jan 24, 2015 1:47 pm

Does anybody feed hare in the wild that you just run and do not hunt ? I have put out salt and also rabbit pellets but the hare used the salt but did not touch the pellets but the mice and squirrels got fat on them I was thinking about hay in the winter just wondering if anybody had luck feeding wild hare.

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TallPaul
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Re: Feeding hare

Post by TallPaul » Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:54 pm

They'll fed on pellets. We've fed them good alfalfa hay, then the squirrels don't get fat. Use a tube feeder for the pellets and put the hay undercover.
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Re: Feeding hare

Post by bartman357 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 9:50 am

They love horsecorn, but once again you have to feed other critters too!
Tallpaul, what are you calling a tube feeder? Can you post a picture?
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jim matuszewski
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Re: Feeding hare

Post by jim matuszewski » Sat Mar 21, 2015 4:18 pm

in the winter stuff wire boxes full of alfalfa hey so deer don't eat it all and hare love oats in the tube feeders also wild hare love white birch and popular tops while out running break a few off so hare can eat off of them

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