Greetings from the Pee Farm!
Well, the weather forecasters are predicting a good ole nor’ easter for tomorrow into Friday. Accumulation forecasts are all over the map. As usual, we will see what actually ends up on the ground when all is said and done.
In the mean time, before hunkering down for the storm, I thought I would squeeze in a blog post. I know that I have posted about the coyote problem that is facing the nation many times, but it is a nuisance that is not going away, and we still haven’t sufficiently gotten the word out about the usefulness of 100% Wolf Pee in combating this situation. Below are articles from states across the nation that have been written in the past few weeks alone. They vary in tone, but they all recognize the growing threat of the coyote to small pets at the very least. One article mentions that the coyote has become the top predator since the eradication of wolf and mountain lion in some areas. Well, it stands to reason that if the wolf is a step above the coyote in the food chain, the coyote has instinctual fear of its natural predator and that is why even if the coyote has never seen a wolf, wolf urine will scare them. But, I will let you make up your own mind about that . . .
I received this testimonial in my Peemail box just today . . .
“I have used wolf urine in the past so did a google search for wolf urine as a
deterrent. searched your website also for dispensers as they are hard to find. it
has kept coyotes away from my ducks. Penny”
Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan
Greetings form the frozen North!
Well, I know that the famed groundhog’s recent prognostication has left many of you in a state of consternation. I would join you there except that when you live in Maine there are almost always at least six weeks of winter left after February 2, and since I choose to live here, I really shouldn’t complain. The fact that I will soon be enjoying the sunshine and beaches of Puerto Rico may also be helping my mental attitude just a bit.
While Phil himself enjoys the plush life of the domesticated groundhog, his friends and relatives will be waiting out the six weeks or more in their burrows until the green shoots of early spring begin to appear. When they emerge, unlike the well-fed Phil, they will be HUNGRY!
It is not too early to think of what you will do to keep those oversized rodents from making a meal out of your garden or burrowing their way around and through your yard. Just so happens, I have a pee for that! 100% pure Coyote urine. It is available in liquid or convenient granules. As we all know, coyotes are a most voracious predator. So when you want to get rid of groundhogs, gophers, etc., coyote urine is a most effective natural repellent and deterrent that stops these pests from eating your garden, damaging your yard, chewing on your shrubs, ornamentals and flowers. Coyote urine is the only all natural, organic solution.
So, while I can’t do anything about Phil or Old Man Winter for that matter, I can help you make your spring and summer groundhog free. So that when the warm weather finally does return, you can enjoy it.
Sunset at Winterberry Farm
Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan