Well I have read a few things on some other web sites on how to go about asking permission to hunt for coyotes on some farm land. My first attempt at talking to a farmer out in the field was a sound "NO HUNTING ALLOWED"! response to the question of how he felt about people hunting coyotes. This farm land is adjacent to a Fish and Wildlife Area that I have found a lot of coyotes in this area. Most of the coyotes are along the edge of the DNR property. I saw a farmer out working in the field and know they must have seen the coyotes running through the fields this spring. These guys are out on the tractors from morning to night and they see whats going on around them. Now I have 70 fraternity brothers who most are farmers but most of them are from up North. I went to Purdue so that's why most of them are from Northern IN. I have a few frat brothers who live in the Evansville area and one that lives in Owensboro KY. Most of these guys own huge farms with 1000 of acres. I have only ever asked them once to hunt and that was back in my Sr year of College up at Purdue. I and a friend were taking a wildlife biology class together and we went out on my frat brother's farm to hunt for squirrel. I had a blast that day just getting out and away from School. Every Student in College need time away from School on the weekends. Now my friend is working for IDNR as a property manager. From what I gather he helps to acquire new properties for the IDNR. So I should be able to get some hunting ground if I work at it. I read where it helps to print up some business card and or permission slips. Sort of like a written legal agreement of the hunting rules for each farmer and the hunter to sign. Sounds like a good plan to me but I have not tried it yet! My HP III P printer just conked out on me and it looks like I may have to buy a new printer for my computer.