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Rabbit drive

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  1. In the 1930s in the Dust Bowl, thousands of jackrabbits came out of the hills to the towns and farms in the area. Local residents gathered to drive the rabbits into enclosed areas and eliminate them. Posted by: ebrenner on Nov 18, 2009 (3) (0)
  2. Jackrabbits ate the peoples' crops so they had rabbit drives to kill them all. Posted by: Anonymous on Dec 16, 2012 (0) (0)
  3. The Dust Bowl happened in the 1930s with almost 300 rabbit drives and almost 19000 people killing the jackrabbits with clubs and ended up using shotguns. A lot of jackrabbits were killed. It was terrible and the fed the dead rabbits to the hogs and chickens on the farms. Posted by: Anonymous on Nov 28, 2012 (0) (0)
  4. IT WAS CALLED THE RABBIT DRIVE Posted by: Anonymous on May 04, 2012 (0) (0)
  5. THE RABBITS WERE BEATEN WITH CLOBS. Posted by: Anonymous on Feb 17, 2012 (0) (0)
  6. They ate all their crops. Posted by: Anonymous on Jan 10, 2012 (0) (2)
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