Keep The Deer Out

Posted on: 13 March 2017
It can be pretty frustrating to plant a great garden, only to find that your garden has been ravaged by a group of deer. It does not only happen to a garden, but can also happen when you are trying to plant grass. In fact, deer can cause a big problem for just about anyone. Deer can jump about 8 feet in the air, and so keeping them out can be a very tricky challenge.
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3 Fence Options for Your Garden

Posted on: 8 March 2017
If you currently have a fairy large size garden in your yard, or you are planning on putting one in the yard, then you want to make sure you do your best to protect the garden from wildlife that will love to make a meal out of it. You want to find the right type of fence for your garden so you can enjoy it while protecting it. The information here will provide you with plenty of tips to help you decide on the right fence.
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Seven Reasons You Should Choose Cedar For Your New Fence

Posted on: 4 January 2017
Cedar has been used for fences since the colonial days when early settlers created split rail fences to keep livestock in or to mark the perimeter of their property. While the zig-zagged design of the original fences was used because the fence didn't require other hardware, cedar was chosen both because it was plentiful and for its durability and resistance to rot as it weathered winter storms. Its durability remains one of the most common reasons people choose cedar for fences today, but that's not the only reason.
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4 Tips For Keeping Deer Off Your Property

Posted on: 29 December 2016
When you live in a rural or wooded area, deer can become a concern. Although they are regarded as cute, these creatures can cause considerable damage to windows, doors, and gardens. There are animal-friendly ways to keep deer off your property and prevent them from eating your plants. Avoid Reflective Surfaces Reflective surfaces such as those found in large windows or glass doors can cause problems. In some cases, a deer will believe their reflection is another deer and may attempt to charge at the window or door, especially during mating season.
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