“Deerly” Devoted: A Love/Hate Relationship | PRLog

January 14, 2013

“Deerly” Devoted: A Love/Hate Relationship | PRLog.



Meg Watt, PR and Social Media Manager; The Liquid Fence Company (570) 643-9420

“Deerly” Devoted:

A Love/Hate Relationship

Across the US, experts advise on our winter relationship with deer

BLAKESLEE, PA – “Don’t feed the deer.”

It’s hard to hear, isn’t it?  With their gentle demeanor, deer can create a pastoral setting in our yards as they meander through and nibble.  As winter bears its teeth, temptation increases to feed these gentle creatures. But homeowners invite a wealth of problems by attracting these animals close to communities:  two of the greatest being the risk to motorists and damage to landscaping, not to mention the ever-present risk of tick-carrying Lyme Disease.Deer Heart

Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organizations around the country face difficulties this time of year as the incidence of injured animals increase, as well as complaints about increased presence of herds in neighborhoods.  What draws them?


This takes two forms: your ornamental shrubs or the treat your neighbor left out for Bambi and friends last night.  But the latter, an often- goodhearted kindness, is a recipe for disaster.

Automobiles collide with more than 1 million deer annually, mostly during the fall mating season. Each accident causes (on average) about $3,100 in damage to vehicles, according to insurer State Farm. Stated in their Annual Deer Collision Report, the incidence of accidents is up 7.7 percent in the last year.  Currently, the highest risk states are West Virginia, South Dakota, Iowa, mapMichigan and Pennsylvania.  By luring the animals into populated areas, the risk increases exponentially.

Different areas of the United States have similar problems – and similar suggested solutions.  The biggest challenge for wildlife rescue organizations and government agencies is preventing the problem before it starts – and that requires changing the behavior in humans.

“We look at it as a people problem, and not an animal problem.  Wild animals will be somewhat opportunistic feeders.  If someone is offering them a free meal, they can’t say no,” said Lynn Cuny, founder and president of Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation in San Antonio, Tx.

Deer don’t know the difference between the snacks you generously put out for them, and what they perceive as a natural treat – like your expensive landscaped bushes.

“Deer graze.  They don’t discern between plants that cost $1.99, and ornamental shrubs that cost $1,000.  A meal is a meal,” said Edward Abraham, President and CEO of The Liquid Fence Company. Manufacturing and selling natural deer repellent for over 15 years, Abraham’s company is a testimony to a continually growing deer problem. “Deer are not a new problem, but the problem is bigger than ever. Sales of our Deer & Rabbit Repellent have grown year after year. With a combination of education and repellent, the problem isn’t insurmountable.  People just don’t know there are options.  The most important thing is prevention,” Abraham added.

Prevention starts with humans.

Feeding the deer is not only dangerous, but completely unnecessary, according to Iowa’s State Deer Biologist, Tom Litchfield.  “They don’t need it.  [In Iowa] we have a healthy whitetail population.  They have more than enough [to eat in the wild].”  Litchfield noted initiatives have been developed to lower their population since 2006.  “We have turned back the clock almost three decades,” he said, adding that the current herd numbers range between 1985 and 1995 rates.

Iowa has also worked to discourage feeding through legislation.  “Twice in the last five years, we have prohibited feeding of wildlife less than 50 yards from an occupied residence.  That is primarily targeted at the deer,” he said.

Though fences offer a solution, Kathy Uhler, Director of the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Pennsylvania, notes that they aren’t an easy option.  “Fences are expensive, unsightly and need to be at least 8 feet high to keep the deer out.  Plus, you can’t see your beautiful roses!” Uhler suggests looking to your lawn and garden center for options.  “Lots of products, including Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent, work on odor.  Deer live by their big, wet noses.  Their noses are better than ours.  By creating a situation that is uncomfortable for them with tastes and smells they don’t like, it conditions them not to come back.”

For the Wildlife Rescue Center of Napa Valley, California, Autumn through Spring present a difficult period as people feed the deer, perceiving they need help.  Angela Zierenberg, the mammal rehabilitator for the Center, acknowledges concerns that by luring deer into populated areas, a number of risks befall them.  “They can get hit by a car or attacked by dogs.  Maybe you enjoy feeding them, but your neighbor may not be as nice,” she said.  “You’re also feeding them the wrong foods.  People feed them carrots and lettuce which are foods they don’t find naturally in the wild.  They need to eat foods natural to them.”

Zierenberg always discourages any kind of feeding of wildlife.  “You are habituating them.  But once that food source is taken away, that animal can starve to death.”  Urging that you think first about the safety and well-being of your wild friends, she added: “We understand you love them, and you want to see them up close.  It just doesn’t serve the animal. “

The Liquid Fence Company offers an eco-conscious line of insect and animal repellents, including its flagship product, Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent, which is the number one product of its kind in America.  Through continuous research and dedication to consumer safety, they are expanding to even more areas of safe and effective repellent products.  To learn more, visit www.liquidfence.com.


Kathy Uhler, Director of the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Pennsylvania often has this conversation in Autumn.  So how can you prevent damage, and still be a good neighbor to your doe-eyed friends?    According to Uhler, it requires a multi-faceted approach.  Some of Uhler’s tips include:

Food for Thought

Be proactive from the start.  Acquire a list of deer-deterring plants online or from your local garden center.  “Plant things they don’t generally like.”

Avoiding the Problem

As tempting as it can be, don’t feed the wildlife. Beyond the risk of bringing unexpected and/or unwelcome animals, you also start a habit that you will have a hard time breaking.  The deer do have food sources.  By drawing them near your home, you risk more harm to them then help with your food.  Leave them be.

An Ounce of Prevention

In many communities, fences are not an option as a deer inhibiter.  Instead, consider a commercial repellent.  There are many on the market, including Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent.  The product is eco-safe for people and pets.  It won’t harm Bambi; it will just trigger a natural instinct to stay away.

Make it a Block Party

Uhler offers presentations in communities in the Pocono Mountain area.  By working together, you can limit the impact of deer damage in your neighborhood.  And we’re not just talking about shrubs.  This time of year, the risk of deer-related collisions skyrockets.  By producing a virtual bubble around your neighborhood, deer are deterred and your insurance premiums don’t increase!



Liquid Fence Joins the Fight Against Breast Cancer

May 9, 2011

Brodheadsville, PA – Look for the pink, City of Hope ribbon on America’s #1-selling Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent through May 2012, and help in the fight to end breast cancer.  Liquid Fence will be donating 25 cents of every sale of Deer & Rabbit Repellent to City of Hope for breast cancer research, treatment, and education.

City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for cancer and other life-threatening diseases.  For nearly 100 years, City of Hope’s pioneering research has brought the world closer to cures for many forms of cancer and diabetes.

One of only 41 Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country, City of Hope provides breast cancer patients with state-of-the-art treatments, helping with both the physical and emotional hardships surrounding cancer, through long-term-care programs.  But their true priority is advanced screening and prevention programs, which look towards a cure, helping patients with a higher risk of breast cancer.

“Everyone has been touched by the devastating effects of cancer in some way.  We, at Liquid Fence, are honored to be able to help City of Hope in their research and treatment of breast cancer.  We hope our customers will get involved, doing what they can to help with this worthy cause,” said Edward Abraham president of The Liquid Fence® Company.

All Liquid Fence® Deer & Rabbit Repellent, including the brand new Granular Deer & Rabbit Repellent, will have an easy-to-spot pink tag.  Look for the tag and help Liquid Fence donate a minimum of $150,000 to City of Hope.

For more info visit www.liquidfence.com or call The Liquid Fence Company at (800) 923-3623

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Contacts: The Liquid Fence Company/ Deb Talarico deb@liquidfence.com or Emily Gonzalez emily@liquidfence.com / (570) 722-845

Liquid Fence Company Partners with The Gardens at Heather Farm

February 9, 2011

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA – The Liquid Fence Company is excited to partner with The Gardens at Heather Farm, by providing them Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent to protect their six-acre non-profit public demonstration garden.

Located in Walnut Creek California, The Gardens at Heather Farm is a nonprofit organization devoted to bringing sustainable garden practices to their community.  They care for their 3.5 acres of developed gardens with integrated pest control methods and water conservation practices.  And they serve over 12,000 school children every year through natural field trips!

The Gardens at Heather Farm depends on their flourishing rose garden for wedding and event rentals, to provide an income, which allows for continued community outreaches and events.  According to Tyler Snortum Phelps, Operations Manager at The Gardens at Heather Farm, the deer population has risen over the last couple of years, and Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent has been crucial to protecting this vital area of the park.

In a continuing effort, The Liquid Fence Company will be sending American-Rose-Society-Endorsed Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent.  A cruelty-free repellent, Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit is safe for even the youngest of garden guests.

“We enjoy helping organizations like The Gardens at Heather,” Edward Abraham, president of The Liquid Fence Company said.  “They are teaching sustainable gardening, and we are dedicated to providing practical eco-friendly solutions to common gardening and outdoor problems.”

If you live in the Walnut Creek area, stop by and enjoy the Gardens at Heather Farm, protected by Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent!

Put the freeze on winter deer damage

January 27, 2011

Although difficult for the softhearted, turning a cold shoulder to visiting deer is the right thing to do

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA – “It’s so cold out. They must be starving – why else would they be looking for food? If I feed them, maybe they’ll stay away from my plants!” Sound familiar? As tempting as it may be, turn a cold shoulder to foraging deer – do not feed them! And, in spite of the chilly temperatures, ice or snow, applying a proven effective, all-season repellent right through the winter months will help stop deer cold in their tracks and prevent them from destroying ornamental bushes, trees and winter garden plants.

Don’t feed the deer.

Contrary to how it may seem to the softhearted, feeding deer is not good for them and it’s obviously not good for landscaping. In fact, feeding deer actually trains them to think of that backyard as a reliable source of food – and they won’t stop at generous handouts – expensive plantings will become tasty treats, too. Although well meaning, feeding deer promotes unhealthy behavior.

They will stay near the easy source of food, even if it’s inadequate, rather than seeking food in their natural environment. If deer ingest a food type that is not part of their natural diet they can become sick and even die.

Typically, they will compete for handouts, leaving more submissive deer underfed and promoting overly aggressive behavior.

Use an effective repellent

A liberal application of a proven effective, all-season deer repellent, such as Liquid Fence® Deer & Rabbit Repellent, on and around landscaped garden areas will help stop the deer from making a winter meal of shrubs, plants, trees and vines.  Be sure to apply when temperatures are above freezing. Liquid Fence works on scent, so the deer don’t even have to take a bite – unlike many other repellents that require the deer to “munch away” to be effective. The product should be applied during a dry period, then again, one week later. After that, a once-a-month spraying is all that’s needed.

An ounce of prevention…

It’s much easier to prevent the damage than it is to stop a foraging cycle that has already begun. Deer are creatures of habit. If they munched your tulips in the spring or crunched your pumpkins in the fall, you can bet they’ll be chomping your arborvitae in the winter! By applying Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent at the first signs of deer foraging, you’ll break their habit before it takes a strong hold.

A neighborhood effort

As in most situations, there is power in numbers. If adjacent properties practice the same deer control policies, the neighborhood will benefit. So work hard at convincing soft-hearted Mary, who’s been seen regularly feeding the local deer population, that she’s actually doing the deer more harm than good. Not to mention angering her neighbors by training the deer to continually seek food in her (and, consequently their) backyard!

New Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent Granular shakes up the lawn & garden world!

January 25, 2011

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA – The Liquid Fence ® Company is shaking things up in the lawn and garden world with a granular deer and rabbit repellent.

From the company thatmanufactures the #1-selling deer & rabbit repellent comes a new easy-to-apply granular that provides the same 100% guaranteed protection for low-growing plants against deer and rabbit damage.

This unique biodegradable repellent is easy-to-apply on and around flower beds, ground cover and lawns. And plants will love the diatomaceous earth-based formula.

Formed from fossils, diatomaceous earth improves drainage and can enhance air circulation around plant roots.

Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent is eco-friendly and ready-to-use in 5 and 2 pound shaker bottles, covering approximately 500 square feet per pound. Best of all, no spreader is needed; just shake it where you need it!

Homeowners, professional landscapers, and commercial growers have long discovered that Liquid Fence stops destructive deer and rabbits from ruining landscape and crops, naturally.

Since it works on scent, deer and rabbits don’t browse crops and plants because their natural aversion to the scent never diminishes! And, unlike many competitor repellents, the long-lasting, rain-resistant formula doesn’t require rotation with other repellent brands to remain effective.

Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent Granular is destined to become a new easy-to-use favorite in the homeowner, grower and landscaper arsenal to ward off these relentless foes. Look for it soon at garden centers, and hardware stores.

To download a high resolution product image visit http://bit.ly/gaegN4. For more information visit www.liquidfence.com or call The Liquid Fence Company at (800)923-3623                                                                              # # #

Contacts: The Liquid Fence Company/ Deb Talarico deb@liquidfence.com or Emily Gonzalez emily@liquidfence.com / (570) 722-8452

Give Snakes the shake with new timed-release, eco-friendly Liquid Fence Snake Repellent Granular

August 4, 2010

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA For homeowners troubled by snakes on their property, new eco-friendly Liquid Fence® Snake Repellent Granular is guaranteed to repel snakes. Best of all, it’s timed-release formula and easy-to-use shaker bottle means fewer applications and no need for a spreader!

The long-lasting formula is lab-tested, proven highly-effective and comes with Liquid Fence’s 100% money-back guarantee. And because it’s Naphthalene-FREE consumers are assured of quick results without dangerous chemicals.Biodegradable, with a fresh botanical scent, Liquid Fence Snake Repellent Granular has a unique combination of ingredients to repel snakes by irritating and confusing their sense of taste and smell, forcing them to look elsewhere to survive.

The 2-lb shaker bottle covers approximately 1,000 square feet and the 5-lb shaker bottle covers approximately 2,500 square feet. Both are packaged six to a case.

“Our new eco-friendly Snake Repellent Granular is easy for people to use,” says Edward Abraham, president of The Liquid Fence Company. “Just shake around problem areas where snakes are present such as lawns, porches, woodpiles, rocks, and exterior foundations to rid snakes from your property. And, we know it’s a winner, for the simple reason that it saves time and effort, because it’s timed-release”.

For those who want a perimeter barrier around their property, the shaker bottles make it easy to simply shake and create a 2-3 feet wide band around property, buildings or landscaped garden areas. Reapply after 3-4 weeks if needed, depending on the level of infestation.

Liquid Fence Snake Repellent Granular is coming soon to garden centers, hardware stores and big box stores. For more information visit www.liquidfence.com or call The Liquid Fence Company at (800) 923-3623.

Give Armadillos the Boot!

March 8, 2010

Coming Spring 2010: New Armadillo Repellent from Liquid Fence Saves Lawns and Gardens from Destructive Armadillos!

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA — From Florida to Oklahoma, Missouri to southern Indiana, armadillos are moving across America, damaging landscapes and gardens — one yard at a time.

The armor-plated mini tanks can turn your lawn and landscape into a battlefield and ruin thousands of dollars in valuable plants, landscape and flowerbeds.

Now The Liquid Fence® Company is commanding these mini tanks to “Move on out!”

From the company that brings you the #1-selling deer and rabbit repellent comes a new armadillo repellent that’s guaranteed to keep these pesky critters from destroying landscapes and gardens.

Digging machines! As solitary, nocturnal foes, armadillos forage at dusk and dig burrows that can extend up to 25′ long, disrupting root systems of trees, shrubs and ornamentals.

The snout-wielding insectivores dig up lawns, poking under loose leaves, and burrowing in gardens for their preferred food of choice: insects, grubs, mole crickets, earthworms, caterpillars, beetles, and more.

Since one armadillo is capable of maintaining up to 12 burrows, the damage to lawns and gardens and commercial farms and nurseries can be substantial. To compound the damage, their frenzied digging can damage concrete slabs and weaken your home’s foundations.

Burrows be-gone! You can try eliminating their food source of insects and grubs with pesticides that need several applications and may be toxic to beneficial insects and your plants, pets and family. Or use an all-natural animal repellent like the new Liquid Fence Armadillo Repellent that gives them a belly-ache, seeking food elsewhere.

The long-lasting, non-gel formula won’t clog sprayers and is as easy-to-apply as watering your lawn. And it’s earth, family and pet-friendly, and safe on all vegetation.

Liquid Fence Armadillo Repellent joins the company’s expanding line of environmentally-friendly garden products and repellents and is available in ready-to-use quart, gallon, and the convenient 2.5 gallon concentrate that covers approximately 50,000 square feet. Homeowners and growers will find the new armadillo repellent available in late spring at garden centers everywhere.

With the right repellent, you can win the battle against these armored pests, and declare victory over your land!

The Liquid Fence® Company Awarded ARS Seal of Approval

November 2, 2009

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA - Deer love roses, but not in gardens sprayed with Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent, according to the American Rose Society.  It recently awarded the prestigious ARS Endorsement Seal of Approval to Liquid Fence® Deer & Rabbit Repellent, endorsing it as the most effective repellent to keep deer away from roses.

ARSEndorsedPrintSmallThis multiple award-winning product works on scent and not taste, and stops deer cold from browsing and chomping on valuable plants.

“Our ARS test gardeners thoroughly test and evaluate products based on strict criteria for effectiveness,” says Maria Scott from the American Rose Society. “It must be approved by the product evaluation team and the ARS board of directors to receive the ARS Endorsement Seal of Approval.”

Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent, America’s #1 selling deer and rabbit repellent, continues to accrue awards, including the National Home Gardening Club seal-of-approval for product effectiveness.

“The American Rose Society’s endorsement is important to gardeners who now know they have a repellent they can trust to keep the deer out of their rose gardens!” says Eddie Abraham, president of the Liquid Fence Company.

Like all their products, Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent is environmentally safe and will not harm people, plants or pets.

“Rose-lovers can be assured that when you spray our Deer & Rabbit Repellent on your favorite roses, and other plants, Bambi and his friends are going to look for their rose delicacies elsewhere—we guarantee it!” says Abraham.
For more information visit: www.liquidfence.com



Take the Bite Out of Deer Damage to Protect Your Landscape and Wallet

May 21, 2009

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA – When Bambi invites all his friends to dinner this Spring, make sure it’s not in your yard! Or they’ll be crunching tulips like candy and popping peas right off the vine.  And you can bet they’ll be stealing your prize tomatoes this summer and munching your mums in the fall!

112With deer tipping the 30 million mark and suburban sprawl on the rise, it’s no wonder these unwanted creatures are cruising your neighborhood and destroying your yard in the process.

“We garden to create our own private patch of Eden and escape the demands of daily life,” says Rhonda Massingham Hart, author of Deerproofing Your Yard & Garden. “When deer violate these living sanctuaries they damage more than plants. They hurt us.”

It’s more than frustrating to spend your time, effort, and money to turn your yard into a haven only to find your new flowers and shrubs have been mowed down by hungry deer and rabbits.  It’s expensive. An adult deer eats between 6 and 10 lbs of food per day, costing homeowners millions of dollars annually.

In today’s economy, you really can’t afford not to treat your valuable plants and yard. “Folks spend too much time and money on the perfect plants to let the deer and rabbits spoil it all by eating them,” says world-renown horticulturist, native plant breeder and author Dr. Allan Armitage.

Oh, deer…what to do?
Forget putting a radio blaring in your azaleas, fabric softener sheets strewn over your flowers, hair in mesh bags or soap dangling from tree branches. Bambi and friends will enjoy the music as they play with the soap and dine alfresco using the sheets as placemats.

But be forewarned: An ounce of prevention in spring is worth a pound of cure.

You could put up deer fences everywhere, and that will pretty much stop the deer. An ideal deer proof fence should be constructed of woven wire at least 8 feet high. Even though building and maintaining a deer proof fence can be expensive ($10 – $12 per foot) and labor intensive, a well-constructed fence will last for many years.  But deer have been known to jump fairly high, and the fencing blocks the view of your tulips and that defeats the purpose.

A more economical method of excluding deer may be with an electric fence. Electric fences should be constructed of highly visible polytape wire and quality fencing components, using from 1 to 5 or more strands of charged wire. Higher deer populations typically require more charged wires because deer are hungrier and more difficult to deter. But this is expensive and the wire often breaks.

According Dave Mizejewski, naturalist with the National Wildlife Association.Mizejewski, “It’s much easier to prevent critter damage than it is to stop the foraging cycle once it’s begun. Repellents are easy and are designed to smell or taste bad to critters.” He recommends all-natural repellents that stop critters from eating your plants, are safe for the environment and don’t harm wildlife.


Back off Bambi!
Deer rely heavily on their super-sensitive noses to find food and sense danger, but it’s also their Achilles heel.

That’s why a liberal application of a proven effective, all-season deer repellent such as Liquid Fence® Deer & Rabbit Repellent (www.liquidfence.com) on and around landscaped gardens stops unwanted visitors cold from dining on plants they find irresistible.

It works on ‘scent’ and dries odorless to us but not to deer and rabbits, so they don’t have to take a bite to be effective – unlike other repellents that require the deer to “munch away.”  Once they get a sniff, even rabbits will be hopping back to the forest and not toward your carrots or pansies!

“I’ve been a fan of Liquid Fence since my first application years ago,” says Dr. Armitage. “It’s the No. 1 repellent on the market, and I wouldn’t trust my garden to anything else.”

Garden Survival Guide
Armitage recommends spraying a repellent in the spring as soon as the tender shoots appear, and around all plants, trees and shrubs.

And you don’t need to buy different repellents to rotate applications and reapply weekly to see great results. Rotating repellents is an “urban myth”.

Today folks are looking for ways to save “green” while they “go green.”  Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit Repellent is actually less expensive than the green alternatives so you can feel good that it’s safe for the environment as well as your kids, pets, plants, and your wallet.

Repellent should be applied monthly and can withstand about one-inch of rain. It’s a good idea to reapply after a heavy downpour of an inch or more.

All together now
And if Bambi invites his other friends – rabbits, geese, moles, snakes and other unwanted critters, The Liquid Fence Company has a complete line of natural, environmentally safe solutions to keep them out of the garden and in the woods.

For more information visit http://www.liquidfence.com.

Liquid Fence Company Introduces Eco-Friendly Biodegradable Mole Repellent Worms

May 21, 2009

BRODHEADSVILLE, PA –  To combat destructive moles in a humane, earth-friendly manner, The Liquid Fence Company has added Mole Repellent Worms to its expanding line of easy-to-use, all-natural products. These biodegradable worms are made of “real food” and impregnated with all-natural Liquid Fence Mole Repellent. Because the worms mimic a natural food source, Mole Worms are an irresistible taste-treat for moles. Once ingested, the ingredients disrupt the mole’s normal digestive functions, forcing these destructive nuisances to look elsewhere for food and move on to someone else’s yard or garden.

molewormsThe Mole Worms are lab-tested and guaranteed to virtually eliminate the habitation of moles and the unsightly and potentially hazardous conditions they create in lawns, landscaped garden areas and flowerbeds, or your money is refunded.

These earth-friendly Mole Worms were developed in partnership with FoodSource Lure Corporation, one of the leading developers of commercialized fishing lure technology.

“We couldn’t have found a better production partner for our humane Mole Repellent Worm product than FoodSource Lure Corporation,” says Eddie  Abraham, president of Liquid Fence.

“Liquid Fence’s experts told us what consumers needed to fight ground moles, and together we designed a product to meet those specifications,” said Ed Rogers, FoodSource’s co-founder and president.  “Our unique food ingredient blends are a versatile delivery vehicles for scents, pharmaceuticals and other materials.”

In addition to the flagship product Liquid Fence® Deer & Rabbit Repellent, other Liquid Fence eco-safe, cruelty-free animal repellents include: Goose Repellent, Mole Repellent, Dog and Cat Repellent and Snake Repellent. The Company also makes a Liquid Net® family of DEET-free botanical “Ultimate Insect Repellents” for people, pets and horses, an organic kelp plant “booster” aptly named Speedy Grow®,  and are exclusive distributors of CowPots, the biodegradable pot made from cow manure.

FoodSource also makes biodegradable fishing lures, biodegradable products for hunters, and baits for administering oral drugs to multiple species of animals. FoodSource Lure Corporation develops and manufactures a variety of products made from proprietary blends of animal food ingredients.

For more information call The Liquid Fence Company at (800) 923-3623, or visit http://www.liquidfence.com.


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