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January 18, 2013

WE SAW THEM OPEN FOR THE WHO

Blueberry farm cannons frightening horses, farmers say

(Thanks to The Perts)

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I thought they opened for the Stone Poneys.

Cannons that fire blueberries are so tiny. How can they scare horses?

Loudmouth, you misunderstood. These cannons (or "cannon" for you sticklers) fire the whole farm. The birds generally get the idea, and the horses stop nibbling on the blueberries.

Farmers in favour of having the cannons removed plan to speak at a Langley Township City Hall meeting on Thursday at 7 p.m.

I sure hope there is a plan to amplify the comments so everyone can hear.

The vintners in Piedmont use these things to scare away hailstorms.

It would seem all the horses are now in a stable condition.

No no...Blueberry Farm Cannon is a cover band for Strawberry Alarm Clock.

(and *snork*@Jan)

Blueberry shot was fearsome ammunition back in the 19th century. Stained your enemy blue. The Union had to stop using it because of the confusion it caused.

The horses need to dream up something to scare the blueberries. It's the only way.

Wait, they grow blueberrys in Canada in the winter? Must be the frozen type

They make a certain amount of Eiswein in ON. Much of it might as well be made out of blueberries, far as I can tell.

YouTube is world's biggest video sharing web site, no one can defeat it. Every one upload videos at YouTube after that take embed code and post anywhere.

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