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Why Build An Enclosed Fence?

Often when we talk to customers, we hear that white-tailed deer are not only a problem; but also birds, coyotes, rabbits, raccoons and groundhogs. Although Deerbusters Fence is strong enough to keep out multiple wildlife animals at any given time, we feel that there is a single fence system that may be the answer to [...]

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Cyber Monday Begins Now On Deerbusters.com

'Tis the season to give; and we want to help gardeners protect landscape with easy to install deer fence and accessories from Deerbusters.com. This Cyber Monday, Deerbusters is offering two opportunities for customers to save big on deer fence materials:Offer 1: Garden Fence Enclosures + Discounted GatesWhen a customer orders an enclosed garden fence, he/she can [...]

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How To Use Fence Extension Kits

Fence Extension Kits are ideal for homeowners who have an already existing wooden fence or chain-link fence. Perhaps these fences were built before you, the homeowner, moved into the house; or maybe installed to keep in a dog. Whatever the reason for the fence installation, these fences provide little security from theft, home invasion and [...]

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Black Friday Sales Event Begins Now

Deerbusters is offering the best deals on deer fence and accessories this week on Deerbusters.com. Here are the two Black Friday sales that homeowners should take advantage of this week to protect landscapes from deer damage.Black Friday 2017 Deal #1Order an Enclosed Garden Fence Kit at retail value and qualify for a discounted fence gate. [...]

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Tick Disease Threatens Williamsburg, VA

A walk through the woods can be more dangerous than one might expect.The Virginia Peninsula is prime territory for the confluence of several species of disease carrying parasites; aka ticks. That means Greater Williamsburg in particular could see a rise in diseases carried by ticks.“I think we have started witnessing this increase a little bit [...]

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Survey Shows Abundance of Deer Food

MONTPELIER, Vt. (WCAX) Vermont Fish & Wildlife officials say important fall foods for wildlife were abundant this year.In a survey, staff looked at 27 areas around the state in late September and early October. They found that beechnut counts were the highest since 1998. Acorn production was also found to be good in oak stands. [...]

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How Do Deer Avoid Hunters?

The Fall and Winter seasons are hard times for a deer. Humans are hungry; and they have a hankering for deer meat This is the time to get it.Bucks begin following does this time of year as the does reach reproductive ages and give birth. Once the doe gives birth to a fawn, the buck [...]

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First Frost Halts EHD In Kentucky Deer

FRANKFORT, Ky. — The recent cold snap experienced across Kentucky effectively ended the state’s worst outbreak of epizootic hemorrhagic disease in white-tailed deer in a decade, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources said in a news release.Epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) is a viral disease transmitted to deer by biting flies or midges. It [...]

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Deer Behavior In Fall

   Autumn and Winter are hard times for white-tailed deer.   First and foremost, whitetails are trying to avoid becoming deer meat; and they are moving out of the woodlands in search of food to get them through the rapidly-approaching winter season. As you can imagine, they face multiple problems this season including a lack of [...]

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How To Manage Elk Damage On Landscapes

In the news, Canadian residents may be reading about Park Canada's problem with elk management. Parc services has already killed four 'persistent' elk that were wandering 'consistently' into Banff. Although this is the time of year for elk culling, Deerbusters has to ask if this is really necessary for elk control?"We're constantly working to haze [...]

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