Barn swallows spend at least half of the year in North America. They are a common nuisance found across the country. While these birds are around, they bring droppings, feathers and loud chirping at all hours. Here are a few ways to deal with them.
It’s wine grape season, which means birds are beginning to swarm and devour your wine grapes. Birds like starlings and sparrows can cause major damage to your grapes. Finding an effective method to keep them away can be time consuming, making it important to find a quick and reliable resource. Here are a few simple tactics you can try to stop birds from stealing your wine grapes.
Protecting your vineyard from menacing birds is both a challenge and a farmer’s best kept secret. So what is the secret to the success? We aren’t keeping a lock on this one. Here are some resourceful and helpful ways to keep the birds away from your vineyard.
When it comes to protecting your fruit trees, it’s important to find the right deterrent for ravenous birds. One popular method is netting which is designed to still allow light and air to get to the tree. Will this method work best for you? Here are some of the pros and cons of using netting to protect your fruit trees.
Green leaves emerging from the branches of bare trees and birds returning back to their nesting ground marks the beginning of spring. If you’re a blueberry farmer, spring brings back birds trying to snack on your ripe blueberries. To prevent pesky birds from damaging your crops, we’ve compiled a few tips to help you protect your blueberry bushes from pest birds.