6 thoughts on “Groundhog in the Garden – Ground Hog eating the vegetable garden

    Missy S

    (December 21, 2016 - 1:30 pm)

    Ground hogs are lazy creatures. Thats why they always have their burrow as close to food as they can get it. I have some apple trees on the other side of my property that nobody eats anyway, not really good for eating, they are buggy since I dont spray the trees. But ground hogs dont care lol I keep his hole filled full of those apples, or if I get any other kind of fruit or vegetable that is getting close to being outdated or something I dont want, I put it in the ground hog hole. He no longer bothers anything around here now because he has no reason to come out looking for food anymore lol btw, he lives in my barn, well under the barn rather

    ScientificExplorer Girl

    (December 21, 2016 - 1:30 pm)

    Darn nuisances! I thought we got rid of one earlier this Spring but it seems it (or another one) is back. Drat #@#@%%$#$#@!@$!!!!!!

    daimon hellstrom

    (December 21, 2016 - 1:30 pm)

    you don't want to piss off a groundhog. This may sound silly but they will come after revenge. I destroyed a groundhog hole and later that night that groundhog came Into my garden and destroyed it. It ripped up fencing, it tore out corn stalks, ripped up potatoes, tore out peas, destroyed my onion bed, dug out beets, and destroyed my strawberry netting. I'm not joking either it wasn't after food it was after revenge. They don't even eat cornstalks or anything like that. It never did anything like that before. They always go after broccoli and cauliflower or cabbage nothing much else. It was deliberately after revenge. It only did that the only time I ever attacked it's property. I know no one is going to believe me but you just wait and see it will happen to you too.

    superayauto

    (December 21, 2016 - 1:30 pm)

    Well honestly that won't work I have my neighbors dog doing all the bad work ,I trapped three I released them by my job 15 miles away I just don't know how many there are these could kill the foundation of the your house

    Bic Boii

    (December 21, 2016 - 1:30 pm)

    I know how you feel man. We have a community garden and everybody got there own place to plant and grow veggies and stuff. He bugged us for 2-3 years and then somebody got angry and killed him :(. They said they found little baby groundhogs too. I felt sad :(. But anyways he ate all the tomatoes. Took the squash and everything. He had about probably 1 or 2 holes in every box. There were about 20 boxes but they were 20 feet huge. He must have had a feast. :)

    RoscoCoon

    (December 21, 2016 - 1:30 pm)

    Did he ever leave?

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