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  1. I raised this litter of pups because I wanted two for my own use. They were born August 6, 2021. She raised 10. Dam is Stephens (light bred) / Jukebox cross. Sire is Stephens (cedar creek hoss)/ Mountain Cur cross (Kimmer, York, MOD (My Old Dog) cross) Both parents are good dogs. They hunt hard, handle good, have good noses, suite me fine. I want $50 each for these pups, I'm not trying to make money, don't let the cheap price fool you, I only raise dogs for my own use and I have too many. These dogs are in Henderson, Texas. Call me rather than email... Gary Dumas 903 658 1350
    5 points
  2. These pups have some of the best known bloodline in their pedigree. If you are looking for a squirrel dog that will make an excellent tree dog, these pups are for you. The spotted one is spoken for. Located in NE Kentucky. Call 606-474-9915. Price $350
    2 points
  3. Made the drive yesterday evening to Tennessee and picked up this little female. Dam is NKC registered Barger Sire is registered Mullins. She has a great disposition and very healthy. If she doesn’t make it she was cheap enough. Lol
    2 points
  4. This recipe will make even big fox squirrels very tender 4-5 squirrels cut up in pieces dry well, roll in buttermilk or egg wash Roll in flour seasoned with what you like (Cajun, cavenders, Mortons season all ect) Brown on both sides over medium heat, brown only, not until done!!! Put pieces on a plate that will fit inside of your crock pot. It ok to stack pieces if necessary. Put 1 inch water bottom of crock pot then find small saucer that will fit in bottom, place plate of squirrels on top of saucer. Idea is to steam the squirrels, not let come in contact with water. Put setting on high, leave for 2 hrs-. After 1 hr, batter will be gummy if touched, after 2 hrs it will be just like KFC original recipe. Serve with what ever you like.
    2 points
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