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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #6279583
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Yes there are companies in every state the do round ups.


Tim and Robb you were an inspiration. Thank you for your dedication to the industry.
Working everyday to reduce the size of the federal government.
Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: wildlifeus] #6279737
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Originally Posted By: wildlifeus

I read your attachment. Exactly where does is state that there was any bidding involved?

Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #6439450
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USDA Expanding their coyote trapping in FL.
No mention of private NWCOs
https://www.nwfdailynews.com/news/20190123/feds-state-to-help-address-coyotes-in-destin

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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #6445620
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Tim and Robb you were an inspiration. Thank you for your dedication to the industry.
Working everyday to reduce the size of the federal government.
Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #6495439
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Tim and Robb you were an inspiration. Thank you for your dedication to the industry.
Working everyday to reduce the size of the federal government.
Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #6729516
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There are bills in the congress that would help reduce government competition with private companies. Please check them out and contact your congressmen and senator and ask them to support these bills.

Congress Bill
https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/5329/text?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22hr5329%22%5D%7D&r=1&s=1

Senate Bill
https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-bill/2990/text?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22S.+2990%22%5D%7D&r=1&s=2


Tim and Robb you were an inspiration. Thank you for your dedication to the industry.
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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #6772272
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Tim and Robb you were an inspiration. Thank you for your dedication to the industry.
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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #7242217
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Tim and Robb you were an inspiration. Thank you for your dedication to the industry.
Working everyday to reduce the size of the federal government.
Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: wildlifeus] #7244052
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Originally Posted by wildlifeus



I've got the local soil conservation district doing hog work for the grand sum of 25 dollars and client provides the corn and disposes of the carcasses with a jagerpro no less.

Makes you want to scream.

Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #7271460
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USDA Trying to say private contractors are not the way to go.

https://www.capitalpress.com/ag_sec...0b24b76-b8f9-11eb-8a67-338a4b3a9921.html


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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: wildlifeus] #7274937
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Originally Posted by wildlifeus
USDA Trying to say private contractors are not the way to go.

https://www.capitalpress.com/ag_sec...0b24b76-b8f9-11eb-8a67-338a4b3a9921.html

You need to work on your reading comprehension.
“There is a common misconception that life is going to be easier with contracting,” said board co-chair Celia Gould, director of the state Department of Agriculture.

USDA and state Department of Agriculture are two entirely different entities. USDA did not comment on private contractors in this article.

Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #7288933
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Here is an opportunity to stop USDA from getting a contract nwco should be getting.
Please reach out to these contacts and tell them your interested in doing the work!
Here is the announcement;

https://a856-cityrecord.nyc.gov/RequestDetail?RequestId=20210603103

TITLE: Monitor and mitigate the damage caused by wildlife
Procurement Section
Sanitation (DSNY) Agency Name
44 Beaver Street, suite 203, New York, NY 10004 Request Address
Mehak Kapoor
phone: (212) 437-5053
email: mkapoor@dsny.nyc.gov Contact Information
Current Status
Services (other than human services) Category
Government to Government Selection Method
6/18/2021 - 6/24/2021 Publication Date
Intent to Award Notice Type
PIN#82721T0001 - Due: 6/28/2021 2:00 PM

PIN - Due Date
DESCRIPTION
The Department of Sanitation (DSNY) intends to enter into negotiations with United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service to monitor and mitigate the damage caused by wildlife at DSNY facilities from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2026. The procurement method utilized is Government to Government in accordance to PPB Rule 3-13.

Vendors interested in responding to other future solicitations for these types of services should contact the Department of Sanitation to dsnyprocurements@dsny.nyc.gov.


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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #7514713
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20 7237 5200 RA North Carolina Department of Raleigh NC USA NC DOT: Beaver 07/01/20 06/30/21 $750,000.00
Transportation


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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: wildlifeus] #7515416
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Originally Posted by wildlifeus
20 7237 5200 RA North Carolina Department of Raleigh NC USA NC DOT: Beaver 07/01/20 06/30/21 $750,000.00
Transportation


Anymore information on this? Lots of North Carolina beaver trappers on this forum. A $750,000 contract could be a serious beaver gig for qualified operators

Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Aix sponsa] #7545461
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Originally Posted by Aix sponsa


Anymore information on this? Lots of North Carolina beaver trappers on this forum. A $750,000 contract could be a serious beaver gig for qualified operators

The challenge would be to assemble a small army of beaver trappers to handle the volume of work this gig requires.
They are losing roads to beavers. They want those beavers under control asap.
I cannot imagine the task of hiring as many qualified, trustworthy trappers as would be needed to handle a project of this size and scope. These trappers would be scattered all over the state. It would be tough to keep track of all of them, and keep them on the same page.

Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #7545614
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Then someone needs to open up a school to train private trappers.

There’s way more to beaver work than catching beavers, and that’s where training comes in

Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #7563866
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Training someone to trap beavers, even the last beaver would not be the difficult part. You need trappers who have good communications skills and be able to function with little supervision for a statewide program of this magnitude. Some of those skills aren't something you can school them on. Either a guy has it or he doesn't.
I am not sure what you mean by educating "private trappers." Are you suggesting that this project could be handled by numerous individual private trappers working independent of each other?

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Re: USDA Wildlife Services ITN [Re: Wildlife2] #7667144
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Market Research
The Government is issuing this Sources Sought Notice to determine a competitive basis. This is not a solicitation. No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this survey.
The Nashville District oversees ten lakes, nine multi-purpose dams, eighteen navigation locks at fourteen locations, 267 recreation areas, 3,522 camping sites, and over 3,800 miles of shoreline. During the course of any given year, nuisance wildlife issues arise. These issues have ranged from removing skunks or raccoons from campgrounds to dispersing vultures, Canadian geese, and gulls. The need, however, extends beyond just removing a nuisance. For instance, other problems that the District encounters include animals burrowing into the District’s earthen dams—one of which is classified as DSAC I. Being able to quickly address these invasive species prevents weakening of these structures and the failure to address them poses a safety problem. The total area covered by these services is 336,106 acres of land and 216,200 acres of water.
As part of our market research we would like to get an idea of what industry is currently pricing these types of services. Please see the listed bid item schedule and complete and return to Contract Specialist Dellaria Martin at email Dellaria.L.Martin@usace.army.mil. We realize that more information could narrow the pricing; however this should be adequate for pricing alone at this time. Please keep in mind that mileage and per diem is always priced at the government rate in accordance with the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR).
REQUEST COST
*Removal of Canada geese from Obey River Campground Dale Hollow Dam $_____________
Pesticide treatment of vole colonies on Wolf Creek Dam $_____________
*Vulture roost dispersal from Cheatham Dam with lethal control $_____________
Skunk removal from Anderson Road Campground Nashville Area $______________
*Vulture roost dispersal from Wilson Lock with lethal control $______________
*Removal of Canada geese from Percy Priest beaches $______________
*Gull dispersal from Wheeler Lock with lethal control $______________
Raccoon removal from Old Hickory Dam $______________
*Osprey and nest removal from Barkley Powerhouse switch yard $______________
Beaver control on Old Hickory $______________
*Canada goose removal from Cordell Hull beaches $______________
*Items with asterisk require a Migratory Bird Permit. Application process for Migratory Bird Permit takes approximately 4-6 weeks for each incident of migratory bird take. Does your firm have a current MBP permit?
Costs should be listed for each request for control work. We realize it is near impossible to price these items without specific quantities that may be ordered. If you can’t price these items as is, please respond in that manner.
Please include:
Firm Name:
Duns Number:
Cage Code:
Please respond by Friday, September 23, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. Central Time.


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