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Here's Why You Need Fixed Knot Fencing

Fixed Knot Fence, also known as Solid Lock fencing, are built with solid strands of wire that help increase the strength of the fence and posts. Farmers choose Fixed Knot Fencing for livestock control and to keep-in large farm animals including cattle, bison, horses, llamas, and even sheep. Our fixed knot deer fence rolls are [...]

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Pest Management Techniques To Use This Winter

You remember the termite problems from Summer? Well, that was nothing compared to what can occur in the wintertime. Don't think just because it's cold outside, rodents will flee from your home; because in fact, they will gravitate toward the inside to seek warmth and shelter. Along with insect infestations, your home may see an [...]

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States With The Most Reported Tick-Borne Illnesses in Pets

Fact: There are over 899 species of ticks wandering throughout the world including the Black-legged Tick, Lone Star Tick, and the American Dog Tick. Ticks stay alive by attaching themselves to warm-blooded hosts - a human, deer or dog; and they all have a 50% chance of carrying bacterium diseases. Some states have reported more [...]

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Facts About Lone Star Ticks

There are over 899 species of ticks scattered throughout the world in search of the same goal: a warm-blooded host. Black-legged deer ticks, for example, reach out to warm-blooded hosts including deer and humans or bury themselves under leaves in the wintertime to seek shelter and comfort. As we mentioned in the Deerbusters blog, deer [...]

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Deer Control in Gardens This Winter

As we close November, you may be noticing changes in both foliage and temperature. The leaves have already turned from vibrant green to rustic shades of red; and their may even be snow on the ground. Deer are standing out more behind trees without leaves to camouflage them. While they are actively searching for food, [...]

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You Think Tick Season Ends When Winter Comes? Think Again

Ticks remain most active when temperatures are above 45 degrees Fahrenheit; but they do not go away in the winter, nor do they die because of the cold. Depending on the species, and stage of life of the tick, they become dormant or latch on to their host - like a warm-blooded human or deer. [...]

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Can a Human Get Lyme Disease From Eating Infected Deer Meat?

It is a known fact that some deer ticks carry Lyme Disease; and if you are a hunter, (or just an enthusiast of eating deer meat) you may be wondering what will happen to your body if you eat deer meat from an infected deer.Nothing will happen to you if you eat deer meat "with [...]

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Screw worms - Save the Deer!

Why is everyone freaking out over a 'house fly' in South Florida?As of Mid-October, there were 83 known cases of Key Deer that had been euthanized because of the infestation of a flesh-eating fly known as the New World Screwworm that have made their way to the refuge in Big Pine, FL. What appears to [...]

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How to Rodent-Proof Gardens This Fall

Like many of you, I get all too excited when I see a deer, rabbit or groundhog. At first glance, they seem adorable with their bushy white tails and big brown doe eyes. But, these garden pests are trouble. They wreak havoc in-and-around organic gardens; and if they are not stopped now, they will keep [...]

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It's Rodent Awareness Week - Here's How to Keep Critters Away

If you are in the pest control industry, you know firsthand that colder weather means insects and rodents entering households in search for food, warmth and security. And, once they hit home - forget about it. They will chew through electrical outlets; wreak havoc in gardens; and will not leave unless forced out. Designated by [...]

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