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Deer Control

Pest Control for Nuisance Deer

Deer can be quite a problem in areas where the animal's natural habitat and food sources are being eliminated by man or natural disasters. These animals are harder than other wildlife to repel from unwanted areas due to their size and food requirements. In many cases the deer seen in gardens are starving and can be quite persistent in foraging on ornamental plants, fruit trees and vegetable gardens.  Visual scare devices and predator smell repellents can work for small plots but, due to their size and appetite, other means of discouraging deer are often needed.  Proper fencing will help to discourage most wildlife but deer have been known to easily clear most fencing when they are desperate for food or as they are being chased.

All products discussed in this article are humane and will not cause harm to deer, birds, pets or wildlife.

There are various products available to aid in deer control.  Deer Blocker and Scoot Deer are taste deterrents labeled for use on plants.  These products contain all-natural materials that discourage deer from feeding on your plants without causing harm to the animal.  These taste deterrents work well for small animals but should be combined with Coyote Urine Powder (placed in Scent-ry stations) for large animals.  Use one Scentry station about every 20 linear feet for best coverage.  Combining taste deterrents with predator smells can work for small gardens but do not be surprised if the deer (after a short time period) return to the foraging area and continue to be a pest or nuisance.  The addition of Electronic Scarecrows placed strategically around the garden will help.
There comes a time when simple taste deterrents, predatory smells and physical repellers still do not work on deer populations.  This usually happens when the deer are starving and when the nuisance wildlife are invading larger garden or food plots.  For these pest control problems you should incorporate the use of the Critter Blaster Pro, an electronic unit that produces synthesized sounds that scare deer, animals and birds over larger areas, without causing harm to the offending animals.  The Critter Blaster humanely scares animals with a variety of predator sounds and distressed animal sounds.  You will need one Critter Blaster per 4 to 6 acres of area to be protected from nuisance wildlife.  For smaller garden plots or ornamental landscaping where deer are a problem, the Yard Gard will cover about 4,000 square feet.  This unit combines sonic and ultrasonic sound waves to discourage nuisance animals.

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