Controlling birds around farm buildings can take time out of your already strict daily routines. Nuisance birds like pigeons, starlings and barn swallows don’t care about anyone’s schedule but their own. Unfortunately, sharing the barn with pest birds isn’t sanitary and the costs and dangers of birds in dairy and livestock operations can add up quickly! See how to keep dairy barns bird-free with a few tips from Avian Control.
Nothing beats waking up on a sunny spring morning to the sound of birds chirping in the distance. But there is one bird in particular that can give everyone a headache: crows! Crows are intelligent and mischievous birds that can create a nuisance on your property, home or in your garden. Check out our suggestions for keeping your crops, yard and property safe from these bothersome birds!
There aren’t many birds as determined as the barn swallow. Swallows eat insects and are known to build nests in and around barns and other structures. While these birds are largely tolerated because they feed on insects that people are generally annoyed by, one location they are not welcome is in your barn. Because of federal regulations, it’s important to know some safe and legal ways to repel barn swallows during the upcoming cold months. Here’s everything you need to know about legal barn swallow bird control.
Halloween is right around the corner and now is the time to trim our homes with our favorite scary Halloween decorations. While jack o’lanterns, bales of hay and corn stalks are often the family favorite, there are several critters who enjoy your decorations for reasons other than celebrating Halloween. That’s right, your neighborhood furry friends often become unfriendly to the decorations in which you put in so much hard work. Follow these helpful tips for keeping critters away from Halloween decorations this fall season.
Now that the fall season has arrived, you’ve probably been spending a lot of time prepping your cider mill for the crowds that are sure to come. Just about everyone loves a mug of hot apple cider when the weather cools down and the leaves change colors. And while birds add a nice aesthetic with their singing and chirping, they really aren’t welcome around your cider mill. So this fall, trust Avian Control to keep birds away from your cider mill.