There is only one type of birdie that should be seen on a golf course and a flock of pest birds is certainly not it. You’re most likely frustrated from trying to figure out how to keep birds away from your golf course when they just keep coming back despite your efforts.
Whether they’re destroying your crops, making a mess of your industrial park or wreaking havoc to your golf course, pest birds can become a major problem. Although there are many bird control solutions out there, many wonder how to get rid of birds without harming the environment. Lucky for you, there are several effective options to choose from.
When looking at bird repellent options, it’s easy to overlook certain aspects especially when you want your bird problem to be solved right now. While you may think killing birds is the only way to eradicate those pest birds for good, doing so could potentially hurt your crop ecosystem. Before you take extreme measures to get rid of unwanted birds, here’s some advice on why you should use non-lethal bird repellent on your crops.
Avian Control® recently took a 14 day trip to China to meet and educate local distributors, wholesalers and dealers in the area. While there, Avian Control® also visited a number of farms in the fruit and vegetable growing region to better understand the growing conditions and crop loss due to pest birds.
Avian Control spent the week of April 21-24 speaking to Michigan growers in Grand Rapids, Kent City, Traverse City, Hart and Grand Haven.
Representatives of Avian Control left the snow of Michigan to exhibit at the World Ag Expo in Tulare, California from February 11 to February 13.
Avian Control representatives spoke to Pennsylvania and other Mid-Atlantic grower customers at the Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania from January 28 to January 30. They might have also sampled some of Hershey’s chocolate as well! Thank you to everyone who stopped by to let us know how Avian Control helped save their crop yields!
Avian Control® Displays and Presents at the 2014 Midwest Grape & Wine Conference and Trade Show in St. Charles, Missouri
Representatives from Avian Control had the pleasure of exhibiting at the 2014 Midwest Grape and Wine Conference and Trade Show in St Charles, Missouri from February 5 to February 6. Can anyone think of a better tradeshow where wine is served all day long?!
Representatives from Avian Control® met with Cherry, Grape, and Blueberry growers at the Reister Grower Services Booth in Traverse City from January 14-15. Thank you to everyone who stopped by.