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    hire a man with an excavator to dig a big hole, fill hole with everything you want gone forever and first burn it and then follow up with a formal burial............the best , fastest, evironmentally friendly, cleanest way to remove mass quanities of brush, stumps and debris......been doing it for a living most of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glc View Post
    Would they eat the stump if it was black walnut or cherry?

    Greg
    Black walnut is toxic to a lot of critters I would be surprised if deer would eat it for long , but this sounds like a great idea for other stumps and we have plenty of deer around here

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