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How To Protect Landscapes From Coyote Damage

  Coyotes aren't your average pup.  Coyotes are nocturnal creatures that tend to peruse plains, forests, desserts and farm areas in search of food in the nighttime hours. Although they are mainly found in the southwestern region of the United States, they have recently been spotted in Maryland and Delaware including parts of the northeast [...]

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TN Wildlife Agency: Reduce CWD Rates

With deer hunting season underway, state wildlife officials are asking hunters who travel outside the state to be mindful of import restrictions before returning home.The restrictions are in place in an effort to keep chronic wasting disease out of Tennessee.The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has launched a social media campaign to remind hunters who pursue [...]

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Elk Don't Like Selfies. Here's What Will Happen

ST. LOUIS COUNTY • The signs at Lone Elk Park read: “Absolutely do not approach the elk!”But the signs apparently aren’t enough.Within the past two weeks, two people have been injured by charging elk in the west St. Louis County park, alongside Interstate 44 near Valley Park, after ignoring the warnings.Lone Elk Park officials say [...]

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Deerbusters Now Carrying TENAX Snow Fencing

'Tis the season for homeowners and commercial builders to install a TENAX Snow Fence from Deerbusters.com. Snow barrier fences are great for a variety of uses; but are mostly used at airports and roads as a safety fence. TENAX snow guard fencing can reduce the number of motor vehicle incidents due to snow drift on [...]

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New Deerbusters Product!

Just Released!4' x 100' Welded Wire Fence with 2" x 2" MeshNew product announcement: For gardeners looking for an attractive garden fencing solution to deer management, Deerbusters suggests turning to welded wire fencing. Our 4' x 100' welded wire fence rolls are especially effective against deer damage and other garden pest invasions because of its resistance [...]

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Deerbusters Introduces Garden Fence Kits

We heard your complaints about birds swooping in and eating your berries. We know that deer are finding their way into your vegetable garden. Rabbits and groundhogs are tunneling into flowerbeds. Deerbusters garden fence kits are just what you need to reinforce deer, small critter and bird control. Now, Deerbusters offers fully enclosed deer fence kits with [...]

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New Deerbusters Products For Electric Fence

Introducing Step-in Electric Fence Posts  Reinforce the strength and stability of your electric baited deer fence with these posts for electric fences. These fence posts feature a large step-in flange and anti-rotation spike to keep the stake from turning. Each 4' tall electric fence post is molded from a polypropylene with a heavy-duty steel stake for [...]

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Deer Diet In Fall

Deer food is everywhere in the summertime; and as a farmer or gardener, you may have noticed that your fruit garden took a hit, thanks to deer activity. Nonetheless, deer were able to find enough nuts, twigs and leaves to get them through the hot, summer. But, now that the fall season is here, whitetails [...]

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Deer In Michigan With Likely CWD Confirmed

By Brandon Champion @ MLive, October 2, 2017.A female deer taken during Michigan's youth deer hunting season has been diagnosed with chronic wasting disease.According to the Department of Natural Resources, the 3.5-year old animal taken in Montcalm County is likely to be the 10th free-ranging deer in the state found to have the CWD, a fatal [...]

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It's National Farm to School Month

National Farm to School Month, held each October, was designed by Congress in 2010 to teach children and school leaders about the importance of nutrition, eating fresh fruits and veggies, and supporting local economies - such as farms and orchards. The Farm to School Network works with more than 220 organizations and reaches an audience [...]

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