Fox in the hen house? We’ve got a pee for that!

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Greetings from the north country!

If you raise chickens, I don’t have to tell you how damaging having a fox nearby can be. A single fox can take multiple chickens if allowed.  Not only that, just having a fox nearby can mess with egg production. “. . . the mere presence of a predator lurking around your run area can stress the hens to the point that they stop laying. . . Other larger predators, such as foxes, opossums and skunks, will try and enter your coop as well if you don’t have it securely locked at night.”  (20 Possible Causes for a Decrease in Egg Production by Lisa Steele)

The answer to this threat is 100% pure Wolf urine liquid and granules from Predator Pee. Nothing is more feared in the wild than the wolf.  When you must repel predators like coyotes or foxes, only Wolf Urine will stop them in their tracks. When they think a wolf is around, coyotes, cats, foxes, elk, beavers, bear, mule deer, moose and other larger animals will want to go away quickly. Don’t wait! Protect your chickens! Don’t accept a substitute for 100% Predator Pee.

On a more personal note, I have purchased new foam mattresses for the Airstream, and I will be working with my daughter to reupholster them soon. The interior walls are also almost ready for painting. Gotta get this thing ready so the wife and I can go camping this summer in the beautiful Maine wilderness with the grandkids.  Airstream pictures will be up soon once I figure out how to get them out of my confounded email. An old dog, ya know. Have a good one! Send some warmth up my way.

The PeeMan

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