School Agricultural Programs Need Fencing
Posted by Jennifer Smith on 24th Aug 2018
It's finally back to school for students across the United States; and while students may not be as excited to get back into the daily grind, teachers are ready to teach students techniques to benefit their career in agriculture.
When thinking about lesson plans, agriculture professors should consider incorporating the use of a deer fence on their student farms. Student incubator farms need deer fencing for a number of reasons. For one, the fence will protect the students' crops from wildlife damage; and even more so, fencing will educate students about the importance of crop protection against deer.
Deer are the most destructive wildlife in the animal kingdom; and they are the enemy in a garden. Don't let the deer school students this school year.