- Bird proof the area
- Utilize unflattering noises
- Find a wildlife expert
Dairy Barns can be a bird magnet if the right precautions aren’t taken. If bird issues go unaddressed, it can lead to more expensive problems. Here are some actions you can take if troublesome birds are lurking around or have begun to nest in your dairy barn.
Bird Proof Your Dairy Barn
Our first suggestion is to try to bird proof the area. Make your barn a place birds wouldn’t like to hang around. The number one reason birds come and stay is food. Keep your dairy barn tidy by keeping food in covered and sealed containers. With the food covered and the barn clean, troublesome birds won’t have anything to snack on.
Use Noises Birds Won’t Like
Placing sounds deterrents around the barn can be a way to scare off birds. Birds tend to stay away from noises they don’t like. Birds also communicate through sound so mocking that can create the idea that there is a dangerous situation and keep birds away from where they should be.
Reach Out To A Wildlife Expert
Sometimes going to the experts is the best route in this situation. They understand how birds nest and migrate and can be the best plan of action in this situation. Experts can also help remove the birds safely if other methods are not successful.
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