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Everything You Should Know About Chemical Bird Spray

Pesticides, nettings and scare tactics aren’t always practical when trying to get rid of birds for good, while also keeping yourself, crops and other animals safe. Keeping pesky birds away from your crops and fields doesn’t have to be inhumane. While many associate the word “chemical” with harmful, that doesn’t have to be the case when it comes to repelling birds.

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Bird Control Products That Will Make Your Season Merry & Bright!

The holiday season is a great time to celebrate with friends and family, reflect on the past year and start setting goals for the year ahead. Do you have a plan in place for the upcoming growing season? With the wide variety of bird repellents on the market, knowing which one to choose can be difficult. This holiday season, take some time to think about which bird control products are best for you!

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Fly Away Birdies! How To Get Rid Of Birds On Your Roof

Whether you’re having a bird issue at home or at work, it’s certainly not something that should be ignored. When pest birds decide to make themselves at home, they can be quite difficult to get rid of. As birds congregate in large groups, they can be a major turnoff to customers and employees. And the messes they leave behind are certainly far from pleasant. Here is everything you need to know about how to get rid of birds on your roof once and for all.

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How Do You Get Rid Of Wild Geese?

Where there are wild geese, there are goose droppings. Geese are mostly harmless but they can leave behind an unsightly problem around your commercial business. The most common type of wild geese in the United States is the Canadian goose and they tend to congregate around ponds and lakes. If bothered, wild geese can become aggressive towards you and your customers. The answer to removing these pest birds is treating the problem at its source by making your surrounding areas unappealing and uninhabitable to geese.

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