Categories

 Loading... Please wait...
  • Sales and Support:888-422-3337 | Trusted deer fence professionals for over 30 years
  • Free Shipping Over $99!
  • Sign in or Create an account
  •  Shopping cart

What Is a Gulf Coast Tick?

There are close to 1000 tick species worldwide, 100 of them living in the United States. The four most common ticks in North America include: Eastern Black-legged Tick; American Dog Tick; Lone Star Tick; and the Western Black-legged Tick. The news tells us about the dangers of these ticks and the tick diseases that are associated [...]

Read more


Worst States Reporting Ticks

March is the start of tick season; and as such, there is the threat of Lyme Disease and other tick-borne illnesses. There are many types of ticks throughout the United States; but the most heard about ticks are the Lone Star Tick and the Eastern Blacklegged Tick - often found feeding on white-tailed deer, pets [...]

Read more


Say Goodbye To Ticks In Spring. Here's How.

March is the start of tick season; and as gardeners are planning what flowers and vegetables to plant this spring, the concern over ticks and tick diseases has popped into our minds.Often, we wonder how ticks get from the woods/grass to our bodies and our pets. But, the more we spend outdoors, the more it [...]

Read more


Pennsylvania Declares Fourth CWD Zone

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has made a decision as to where the fourth Chronic Wasting Disease Zone will be. The Fourth CWD zone in Pennsylvania will include Lebanon, Lancaster and Berks Counties. "Focused around a captive deer farm in West Cocalico Township in northeastern Lancaster County, Disease Management Area 4 covers 346 square miles from Lebanon [...]

Read more


How Did Asian Ticks End Up On Sheep In New Jersey?

How did a tick that's native to East Asia make it to rural New Jersey?That's the question puzzling researchers. The backstory involves a panicky sheep owner, tick-covered humans and a pair of pants stuck in the freezer.The tick in question is Haemaphysalis longicornis — also known as the longhorned tick or bush tick.It can reproduce [...]

Read more


Pennsylvania To Announce Chronic Wasting Disease Zone

Tomorrow, The Pennsylvania Game Commission will announce the fourth zoned area for disease management. "Disease Management Area 1 was created area that captive deer farm in Adams County, but has since been eliminated. DMA 2 was created in response to CWD found in multiple free-ranging deer in Bedford, Blair, Cambria and Fulton counties from 2012 -2017, [...]

Read more


Why Build Deer Fence?

Deer Fencing, it's not only used to rid deer from gardens. There is more to it than just deer exclusion. Building deer fence also reduces the risk of ticks often carried by deer. Because Spring is the start of tick season, a deer fence is advised for homeowners to install in the backyard. Tick bites can [...]

Read more


CWD Effects On Hunters

Chronic Wasting Disease has been discovered in over 23 states. This incurable, fatal deer disease not only affects other deer herd members but also has devastating consequences on deer farms that may have infected deer on-site. If deer farmers have infected deer, they must segregate the deer by required deer fencing and test them for Chronic Wasting [...]

Read more


Best Fence For Cattle Management

High Tensile Fence, also known as Fixed Knot Fence, is the best farm fence for raising cattle, bison, sheep and goats. The Solid Lock Fixed Knot is the strongest metal deer fence on the market and can also be used to rid deer, bears and other wildlife that may harm livestock. This woven wire deer fence is [...]

Read more


Valentines Day Gifts For Dogs

Some pet owners make dogs special dog treats with hearts; others give pets toys. We suggest giving your dog the best Valentines Day gift of all: a secure backyard to freely run and play.Not only are plastic fence for dogs affordable, but they are more humane than invisible electric dog fence and shock collars combined. Chain [...]

Read more