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Deer Repellant

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  • Raphael
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    Fit all the deer with shock collars.

    On the serious side, you could put up some lines of electric fence to keep them out?
    stuff like this: http://www.kencove.com/fence/Rope+Fe...c)_product.php
    https://www.kencove.com/fence/Ribbon...c)_product.php

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Catholicity View Post
    Can you plant bacon? I don't think dear eat it.
    My dear does, but I don't think the deer do.

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  • Catholicity
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    Can you plant bacon? I don't think dear eat it.

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  • DesertBerean
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    Originally posted by Raphael View Post
    I understand that lead is a pretty good deer repellent. And you have the added bonus of venison.
    Only if it's deer hunting season...and gotta have a license to kill.

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  • Raphael
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    I understand that lead is a pretty good deer repellent. And you have the added bonus of venison.

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  • DesertBerean
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    Hm yes. Your livestock wouldn't care for that...

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by DesertBerean View Post
    Oleander grow well in your area? They're poisonous and contain digitalis components so keep kids AND animals away but deer don't like them.

    Here's a link to other plants: http://gardeninglaunchpad.com/Deer.html
    Yeah, forgot about that one, DB.... we don't grow them because of the horses and donkeys.... but, yeah, they grow well here!

    I'll look at the other plants in the list.

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  • DesertBerean
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    Oleander grow well in your area? They're poisonous and contain digitalis components so keep kids AND animals away but deer don't like them.

    Here's a link to other plants: http://gardeninglaunchpad.com/Deer.html

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  • mossrose
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    Don't know, Moss, I guess I could try! (when it gets a little warmer, that is. Sissies, ya know)


    Of course when it warms up. In the meantime....

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by mossrose View Post


    Spongebob needs to spread it out a little in the front yard and maybe Jake will help out!

    But that doesn't answer my sort-of-query about human urine. Does it keep critters out of the yard?
    Don't know, Moss, I guess I could try! (when it gets a little warmer, that is. Sissies, ya know)

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  • mossrose
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    Spongebob, my grandson, LOVES to pee in the yard. (we ARE out in the country, ya know) And what's even funnier is to see how quickly Jake gets "to the spot" to pee on Spongebob's pee.


    Spongebob needs to spread it out a little in the front yard and maybe Jake will help out!

    But that doesn't answer my sort-of-query about human urine. Does it keep critters out of the yard?

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by mossrose View Post
    Doesn't human urine work?

    I mean, it's only the front yard, and all.

    Spongebob, my grandson, LOVES to pee in the yard. (we ARE out in the country, ya know) And what's even funnier is to see how quickly Jake gets "to the spot" to pee on Spongebob's pee.

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  • mossrose
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    Doesn't human urine work?

    I mean, it's only the front yard, and all.

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  • Raphael
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    He polices the BACK yard - he has about 2 acres of deer-free territory. It's the FRONT yard (open to the street and the neighborhood, woods, fields, streams, etc) that is in question.
    Fence in the front yard, problem solved.

    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    (Jake DARES you to say "bite me!")
    Nah Jake won't bite me, I know the magic word (squirrel)

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Raphael View Post
    Get the lazy mutt in the photo to do his job
    He polices the BACK yard - he has about 2 acres of deer-free territory. It's the FRONT yard (open to the street and the neighborhood, woods, fields, streams, etc) that is in question.

    (Jake DARES you to say "bite me!")

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