[NAFEX] Building a fence against deers
friendly27sw at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 25 14:59:20 EDT 2007
A home-made electric fence baited with peanut butter
has worked wonders for me and has been a lot cheaper
than building a sturdier fence that the deer truely
couldn't jump over.
--- Bassem Samaan <bassem at gardener.com> wrote:
> My in-laws property is always invaded by deers.
> Unfortunately all their
> vegetable crops are eaten by the deers daily. So we
> tried putting a
> temporarily fence, we used the flurencent plastic
> fence that's commonly
> used in construction. The deers have pushed it down
> and walked right into
> the plantings. So this year we need to build a
> sturdy fence that can keep
> the deers and other creatures away. My question is
> how high does the
> fence have to be so the deers want jumb above it?We
> need the lowest cost
> possible, since the fencing area is 50'x50' square.
> Bass Samaanzone 6,
> Bethlehem, pa
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