Repellents For White Tailed Deer

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General Info on the Repellents:

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Deer Repellents

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Wireless Deer controlFor a non-Chemical repellent click (Deer shock) See image at the left. Unlike electric fences, deer shock relies on batteries and a capacitor so it can only discharge an extremely low amperage shock to creatures that connect the wires located at the top of the posts. Since the capacitors require 15 minutes to charge between discharges, you will have less worry about neighborhood kids playing "zap him" games.

Deer are drawn to the scent of the posts, get shocked and then learn to avoid the area where the posts are found. Research has shown them to be a very cost effective way of protecting small areas of land.

Deer Fences

 

 

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