It’s Spring Somewhere

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Photo Credit:  Anita Martinz from Klagenfurt / Austria

Greetings!

Well, it must be spring somewhere, but it certainly isn’t here. I tapped maples with my grandson a few weeks back, but then the sap all froze in the trees. There might not be any Winterberry Farm syrup this year.  Although, farther north they just got another half a foot of snow, so I shouldn’t complain too much. Anyway, for many of you it is time to start thinking about gardening and protecting those vegetables and plants from common pests.  Right now I would give my right arm to even see the bare ground let alone be able to till and plant anything!

Anybody who has farmed, or had a yard garden or even a container with a few vegetables in it, knows how much work it takes to keep them well fed and watered. That hard work can all be wiped out by a hungry rabbit or a busy woodchuck.

Since 1986, we have been selling quality predator urines to farmers, ranchers, and hobby gardeners to help them keep their precious vegetables and flowers safe from the ravages of  animal pests. We provide 100% Coyote, Wolf, Fox, Bobcat, Mt. Lion, Fisher and Bear Urine for protection against all types of animal nuisance garden and yard invaders.  No harsh chemicals, expensive traps, or inhumane methods needed with these all natural repellent for stopping animal pests.

So, when spring decides to show up in your neck of the woods, and you can finally get your hands in the dirt, think about how you will keep those plants safe all the way through to harvest time. Hopefully, we will have enough spring and summer for a harvest up here!

Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan

 

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