Fall is home to cider mills and day trips to the local apple orchards. As an apple orchard farmer, protecting your investment from damaging weather, animals amongst other things is crucial in quality control and risk management. Thankfully, we put together some tips on how to protect your apples from pesky birds this fall and next.
- Learn about metallics deterrents
- Repel for your area
- Let Avian Enterprises help
Birds can be pests and getting rid of them can be a troublesome task. There is a tactic that can keep birds out of any area you want protected. Here are a few ways to protect your property from pest birds.
- Scare Them Away
- Set Up Bird Netting
- Feed Birds Something Else
In 2005, United States consumers ate an average of 46.1 pounds of fresh apples and processed apple products. That’s a lot of apples! With apples being the second most valuable fruit in the U.S., protecting each and every apple means protecting your profits. Here’s some help on how to do just that.
- Change the habitat around the airport
- Use scare tactics
- Try a liquid bird repellent
Birds around airports can be a dangerous hazard. Not only do birds carry the potential to spread disease, they can also serious safety problems. The risk of endangerment to your planes and passengers increases when birds take up residence on your airfield. Learn how to stop pest birds from causing trouble with these tips.