It’s almost impossible to feel sad when looking at the tall, happy stalks of sunflowers. However, you may even shed a tear or two when you see the damage left behind from a few hungry birds who’ve picked apart your sunflower garden. Birds love the seeds from this flower, even if they haven’t yet ripened. Don’t let these pest birds ruin your happy garden, though. Apply these tactics to keep hungry beaks away from your sunflowers.
Expert tips to get rid of birds and keep them off your property. Find the best methods and guidelines for Avian application to protect your crops!
Fall is upon us and between the apple orchards, Halloween parties and trick-or-treating, you’ve probably got a busy season ahead of you. But, with the changing colors come some new guests. You’ve probably heard the familiar call of crows around the yard. These medium sized intelligent birds can become a bit of a nuisance while they’re foraging around for food. Here are a few tips for keeping those hungry crows away from your Halloween guests.
- Protect during growth
- Allow for full ripening
- Preserve from pest birds
Fall is upon us, which means it’s almost time to harvest your pumpkins and gourds. Preparing your gourds and pumpkins for harvest takes time and commitment. Harvesting too early results in underdeveloped gourds. Harvesting too late could mean rotten produce or run ins with frost. Below are a few tips to ensure a bountiful harvest this season.
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.
- 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.