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Keep Birds Out Of Your Dairy Barn

Dairy Barns are designed to enclose cows but they are also an attractive space for birds, offering easy meals, ideal nesting ledges, and a cozy shelter from the outdoor elements. Failing to properly manage the bird population inside your dairy barn can create frustrating problems and unsanitary conditions that could end up costing you more time and money than you think.

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Gaggle of Geese

Are Migrating Geese Pushing Away Business?

  • Refrain From Having a Source of Food Around
  • Do Not Make it Convenient for Living
  • Engage in Scare Tactics

An invasion of geese can be an issue businesses have to face. Once geese find a spot they like, they may stick around. If this is a problem on your property, you shouldn’t ignore it because it may get worse or even get out of control. Geese can be very aggressive and territorial, especially during mating season. They can also leave behind quite a mess. Here are some tactics we suggest you try to get rid of your unwanted feathered friends.

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Apple Cider

Prevent Annoying Birds From Visiting Your Cider Mill

  • Keep Your Mill Clean
  • Properly Dispose of Leftover Food
  • Spray Bird Repellent

If you’re a cider mill owner preparing for the fall season, you want to make sure everything is in order. Have you prepared for pesky birds annoying your guests, stealing food and leaving droppings? We’ve compiled a list of methods to help keep birds away from your guests, so they can enjoy cider and donuts bird-free.

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Tips to Protect Your Cherry Trees

  • Scare Birds with Noise
  • Set Up Reflective Material
  • Put a Stop to Their Hunger

Growing a cherry tree takes patience and care, but the reward is more than worth it. If you’re a first time cherry tree grower, you’ll soon know the cherry tree owner’s biggest rival: birds. Follow these simple tips to protect your cherries from pest birds looking for a snack.

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