My office is located on a 255 acre farm. Small by most farmers' standards, but pretty big for these parts. As a result of being one of the larger properties in the area, we get lots of cats. People dump them along the driveway and then they procreate. The cats that is, although I have seen some pretty crazy stuff on our driveway. Last week a half-naked kid wanted me to host a festival for his uncle Mickey Hart. I digress. Some of my employees feed the wild cats even though our three farmers frown on the practice. The rest of us basically ignore them and hope the nasty, wild things survive without bothering us. Reports vary, but it has become obvious that we have well over the sustainable number of about a dozen cats that would prove acceptable for the size of the property. What is the solution? The best answer that I was suggested was to coerce employees stop feeding them (three great and obviously compassionate employees are sure to be angry with me) and let nature rule. It would also cut down on the rats and mice and keep the few natural predators away from the calves in the spring. Is there a better way to minimize the local feline population then just putting up a sign that says "Don't feed the animals"? Thanks for your help and guidance.