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Deer Ticks Bite Pets

Pets like to interact with wild animals, lizards and even stray dogs and cats; but aside from personal differences, wildlife can harm domestic animals in other ways. Wildlife, such as white-tailed deer, can carry ticks with tick-borne diseases; and when deer walk onto properties, there is a chance that deer ticks can drop onto pets and [...]

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Enter To Win a Gardening Gift Basket

Spring Gardening Contest! We invite gardeners across the United States and Canada to enter to win this gardening gift basket. The gift basket includes gardening tools, deer repellents, decor and more.  Closing date for this contest is April 30, 2018. Kick off the spring gardening season with new gardening tools thanks to Deerbusters.com!Click here to enter to [...]

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Deer Movement's Affect On Pets

Spring is the heaviest season for deer activity; and as gardeners go outside and plant spring flowers, they are seeing a lot more deer on properties than they did in winter. This is not only a nuisance, but a health concern for both homeowner and pets.Some deer travel onto properties with ticks carrying tick-borne diseases [...]

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Kitten Season Begins. Why This Affects Homeowners

There are an estimated 60 million feral cats roaming throughout North America; and now that it's the start of kitten season, homeowners will be seeing a lot more cats on properties.  In addition to cats taking over yards, they can potentially harm our pet dogs - and for the homeless cat, they can even get hurt [...]

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Perennial Herbs To Plant Now

April is the best time of year to plant perennial herbs such as thyme, oregano, mint, chives, sage and lavender. Not only can growers use these herbs in cooking recipes, but they can use them for deer-resistance. These types of plants are great for keeping deer out of gardens since deer hate the taste and [...]

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April Is National Garden Month

It's National Gardening Month; and it's time to plant something, anything, in your garden to celebrate. In addition to Earth Day, this month-long campaign encourages gardeners to begin their spring garden and care for the land. Growing plants requires dedication, patience and time; but for gardeners who grow their own food, they will find that organic [...]

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It's Cannabis Awareness Month!

  April marks awareness of medical cannabis and the advances that this green plant has on our lives. The FDA has approved THC, a key ingredient in marijuana, to treat nausea from cancer, muscle spasms, seizure disorders and Crohn's Disease. In April, we acknowledge the cannabis plant and how it is grown and used in the [...]

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Lyme Disease Prevention In Dogs Month

Now that spring is here, and the temperatures are above freezing, tick bites from deer ticks are a concern not just for parents, but for pet owners. Because April is Lyme Disease Prevention In Dogs Month, pet owners are encouraged to learn the symptoms of Lyme Disease in dogs; and how to remove a tick.Just like [...]

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Michigan DNR Seeks Input About CWD

LANSING, MI -- The state's Department of Natural Resources and Natural Resources Commission are inviting Michigan hunters and residents to provide input on the response to a contagious illness that has spread through Michigan deer in recent years.The two organizations will host a series of public engagement meetings across Michigan to hear suggestions and comments [...]

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How To Rid Squirrels From Yards

Like other wild animals, both ground and tree squirrels venture to yards in search of food, so if homeowners can eliminate their food source, then they will see a dramatic reduction in the number of squirrels. It's suggested that homeowners rake up nuts, berries and fallen acorns from trees. Nuts and berries are squirrels' main food [...]

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