Urine Attracts Butterflies? For Real?

Hello All,

Well, the motorcycle and truck are back on the road, so I am happy, happy, happy! You will pardon the reference to a very popular reality tv show – but it acts as a segue. The other day, I took a phone call from someone who actually wanted to do a tv show based on the Peeman! Before you ask, I declined. Certainly, there is never a dull moment in the life of a man who makes his living selling animal urine, but I would rather have a root canal than let any Hollywood types stick their cameras into my business.

Anyway, I bet you never knew that urine could be used to make your garden more attractive? Usually, people use PredatorPee to repel things, but there is one organism that almost everyone would want more of in their backyards – butterflies. Believe it or not, in the wild butterflies find their greatest source of sodium, essential minerals and vitamins from wild animal urine puddles and urine-soaked leaves. Now you can bring this natural buttlerfly attractant to your garden with ButterflyLure – pure urine from the wild.

Just when you thought you knew all the uses for Predator Urine! Moving on, I am pleased to report that Stanley the pig has settled in to his new expanded digs. He no longer runs away frantically when a human approaches, and he enjoys wallowing in his mud pit and devouring table scraps indiscriminately. As you can see from the photos, he is a healthy little porker.   Until I find more words . . . The PeeMan




Ward Off Winter Wire Chewers

Hello Again!
Well it has been a rough week around here. I am starting to feel like I am living in a bad country song. My truck broke. Then my motorcycle went on the fritz. If my dog dies or my wife leaves me then I will be right there with a tear in my beer. But, seriously it has been one of those weeks.RVPic

Enough personal stuff. In Maine, the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler, and that can mean only one thing — fall is coming and winter will be short to follow. That means that it will soon be time to get those boats out of the water and rvs off the road. At the same time all the small nuisance rodents are eagerly waiting to find a warm cozy place in which to spend the long winter months. So it is time for you to start thinking about protecting these valuable assets from chewing, nesting rodents. And the PeeMan once again has your back. Our Car-Rv-Boat Pak is the solution to preventing the expensive damage that can happen when your rvs and boats are in winter storage. But, don’t take my word for it . . .

I have been ordering Bobcat Urine from you for so long that I am fuzzy on the details. I believe I did a Google search about nontoxic ways to get rid of mice. I believe that led me to some articles about bobcat urine, then I did a Google search on bobcat urine and there you were. It works great for my purposes. The fewer mice my cats bring in, the happier I am.”

“Sir, you have a very effective product. I have ordered your product in the past with no problems…Animal Control here in Temple City suggested your product.”

“A friend, who is a satisfied customer, recommended you. This is my second order. Obviously it worked the first time or I would not have ordered again.”

Nuff said!

Until I find more words. . . The PeeMan

Elks Eatin’ You Up? – We’ve Got a Pee for That!

elkHello Again!
Well, I have been busy, busy, busy! Between farm chores, PeeMan duties, and keeping the wife happy, I have been swamped. But, I have a few minutes, and I will spend them sharing my “wisdom” on the blogosphere. I would insert an emoticon to express my sarcasm at this point, but The PeeMan refuses to use emoticons.

Anyhow, elk problems anyone? We actually have a golf course out West that regularly purchases our 100% Wolf Urine to keep the animals off the greens. Apparently their hooves create divets that are detrimental to the top-notch golfing experience they are trying to provide.

According to my limited research, they also can cause damage to coniferous shrubs especially in housing developments that have been built near their territory. Now, we have plenty of beasts with antlers in Maine – deer, moose, the occasional captive caribou, but no elk. Apparently there are four different types of elk – “The Rocky Mountain elk . . . is found in the Rocky Mountain states and in scattered locations in the Midwest and East. . . The current distribution of the Roosevelt elk . . . is the inland coastal areas of northern California, Oregon, Washington, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and Afognak Island, Alaska. The Tule elk. . . is found only in California and the Manitoban elk . . . is found in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.”(http://icwdm.org/handbook/mammals/elk.asp)

So, if elk are eating at you, we have a pee for that – 100% Original WolfPee. Just like the Jackson Hole Golf Course, you can put the predator-prey instinct to work for you and keep the elk away from your prized ornamentals and coniferous shrubs. Or maybe you just happened to be lucky enough to have 9 holes in your backyard and you want to keep those greens smooth. Whatever the case, we have the stuff you need.

Ok, well it is probably about time to check on Stanley the pig and to make sure Brown Betty and the Amish Hen(we bought her recently from an Amish farmer)have enough water. So, until I find more words . . . The PeeMan

Canada or Canadian Geese – A Nuisance Either Way

Hello All!

Well the last two posts that I have written have concerned pests with which I have no particular experience. However, today’s nuisance of choice is all too common around these parts. Apparently the proper name for the overgrown black and brown birds is Canada Geese but I have never heard them called anything other than Canadian Geese and since this my blog, that is what we are going with.

According to my reading, these birds had neared extinction until we humans brought  them back from the brink, and they repayed us with prolific reproduction causing them to go from threatened to nuisance in a few decades. Ah well, what to do about the sometimes aggressive flocks of giant pooping avians?

Birds might seem a bit out of the PeeMan’s purview, but actually we have developed a unique two pronged approach to this particular pest problem – The PeeCoy. Geeese, turkeys, ducks and other birds depend on very keen eyesight to warn them of the presence of predators. Our PeeCoy Coyote Decoy Combo combines a realistic 2 sided Coyote Decoy with the realism enhancer of CoyotePee. The combination of both seeing and smelling a coyote will tell birds clearly that your yard is not a safe place to be! The PeeCoy Combo combines one sturdy, life-size, easy-to-set-up2-sided Coyote Decoy, one 12 oz bottle of CoyotePee and one 12 pack of ScentTags.

So whatever they are called where you are from, the solution is the same – PeeCoy. Accept no substitutes!

Until I find more words. . . The PeeMan