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How To Protect Chickens From Hawks

Learn how to protect chickens from hawks. Remember to cycle through different methods for the best results.If your chickens free range, they’re at risk of getting attacked by hawks. Though they’re more common in rural areas, particularly in the deserts and grasslands of North America, hawks can be spotted in the city as well. When Do […]

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Protecting Livestock From Predators

Protecting livestock from predators such as coyotes, wolves, and hawks is a major concern for many homesteaders and farmers. Learn what you can do to keep your livestock safe from wild animal attacks. If you have livestock, chances are you’ve encountered predators attempting (and sometimes succeeding) to make a move on your property. It’s an unfortunate […]

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How To Identify Signs of Wild Animals

Learn how to identify signs of wild animals on your property by inspecting tracks and scat. It’s helpful to know exactly what type of animal is visiting your property so you can deter it effectively. Many animals slip in and out of your yard under the cover of darkness. Use our easy identification guides to figure out which […]

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Protecting Your Backyard Chickens From Predators

Take these steps to protect your backyard chickens from predators such as coyotes, bobcats, foxes, raccoons, ow​ls, hawks, and more.You’ve spent precious time raising your backyard chickens from day old chicks to young laying hens. You feel sheer joy as you watch your birds free range on the lawn, grazing on clover leaves and feasting […]

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What Kind of Predators Are You Dealing With?

Figuring out what kind of predators you’re dealing with is the first step to keeping them off of your property and protecting your livestock.A predator attack on your property is aggravating and can also be expensive.However, it’s important to understand that when wild animals kill livestock or pets and ravage your garden, they aren’t trying […]

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