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Tips For Protecting Your Corn From Pest Birds

The United States is the largest producer of corn in the world, reserving 96 million acres of land for rolling cornfields. Because of this, a good ear of sweet corn has become a summer staple for many families across the states. It’s also become a favorite for crows, starlings, magpies and other species of birds who can sometimes destroy entire crops of corn if not taken care of.

If you’re noticing an influx of birds and a decrease in corn production, you may want to utilize one or several of the following tasks to keep pesky birds out of your stalks.

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How To Prevent Bird Damage To Corn Crops

As the corn gets higher the threat of bird damage to your crops grows as well. It’s important to make sure that you find the right bird deterrent before the issue becomes unmanageable. But with so many different types of bird repellents, finding the best one for you might feel difficult. Here are a few different types of bird deterrents that will help you stop birds from flying off with your profits.

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Conserving the Corn: Tips to Keeping Crows and Others Away From Your Corn

Corn is great for summer barbecues, but it first has to be protected from crows and others pests before it can be enjoyed. Crows are intelligent birds with sharp beaks and talons, making it possible for them to rip into growing corn stalks, damaging your harvest. Learn how to keep crows away from your corn, whether it’s a seedling or a growing stalk.

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