Arm Yourself Against Armadillos Naturally

Hello Again!

Where I live, you’ve got as much a chance of seeing an armadillo as you do an 100 degree day.  But, for those of you way down south and west, the Dasypus novemcinctus can be a fairly common sight. Seeing them isn’t a problem until they turn up in your yard and garden and begin to root up flowers or vegetables. I hear they can also be a threat to your backyard chicken eggs.

What to do? Well, I came across this answer to dealing with an aggressive armadillo on a message board:

“My friend Lisa, who I occasionally do a radio show with, is always a proponent of the urine approach. “That’s how everyone else in Nature does it!” says she, and you know, she’s right. Try it…

Not my usual critter in the garden but the principle remains the same. If this does not deter, try predator urines like coyote (THERE’s a job I don’t want; collecting coyote pee).

I choose to live and let, and have chosen urine as my weapon of choice – Scott”

Armadillos? We’ve got a pee for that – and it happens to be coyote urine. So, instead of trying to trap the horny, hard shelled animals – I’d rather collect pee than tangle with an armadillo – put the all natural, organic power of predator urine to work for you.

Until I find more words. . .

The PeeMan

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PROBLEM: Egg-Stealing Rats SOLUTION: 100% Coyote Urine

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Howdy!

So much time, energy and money goes into raising chickens. Nothing is more satisfying than finding that first perfectly formed egg. Nothing is more devastating than having those eggs taken or the hens harmed.  It is a dangerous world for chickens, and one of the common threats comes in the form of a large rodent with a snake-like tale.  The Rattus norvegicus and Rattus rattus otherwise known as brown and black rats can wriggle their way into the smallest hole and steal away precious eggs and/or maim chickens. What is to be done? Well, as you may have guessed, we have a pee for that – 100% CoyotePee to be exact. But, you don’t have to take my word for it.

“Yes! I told the Chicken Chick about the rats in my coop and she told me to order from you, and so I did!  Thanks, tiff”

So, if you have Templeton the Rat sneaking into your coop, don’t wait. Go to www.predatorpee.com get your CoyotePee right away!

On the home front, I got myself a  hot tub! Once you reach a certain age, you wake with a new and exciting ache or pain every day. Well, I decided to take matters into my own hands, and while the wife was out of town, I looked up ‘hot tub” on that Craigslist thing and voila!  All I can say is aahhhhhhhhh

If you don’t have a hot tub, I hope you are enjoying this late spring evening in some other way.

The PeeMan


			

Protect Your Backyard Chickens with PredatorPee

The PeeMan's very own Brown Betty

The PeeMan’s very own Brown Betty

Well, isn’t she a beauty? She lays a mean egg, too. This whole backyard chicken thing is a relatively new experiment for the PeeMan. But, a whole host of critters, including foxescoyotesraccoonshawks, and even dogs have been causing problems around chicken coops for decades.  Whether it is in your back yard or a full farming operation, the need for an all-natural repellent to protect your chickens and their precious eggs has never been greater.  As many of you sadly know from first-hand experience, foxes, coyotes, raccoons, hawks, and yes, even dogs eat chickens and ruin your prospects for eggs, whether you plan to eat ’em, sell ’em, or hatch ’em.

Wolf urine is an effective fox and coyote deterrent that repels foxes and coyotes from your chicken coop by creating the illusion that a wolf is nearby. Wolf Urine or Coyote urine will take care of raccoons, our PeeCoy Combo is great for birds, and Bear Urin or Skunk’Umcan keep the dogs away.  Now you can protect your chickens and their eggs with Wolf Pee, Coyote Pee, Bear Pee, and Skunk’Um from PredatorPee.com, the best and most reliable source for predator urines since 1986.

Create a “pee-rimeter” around your chicken coop by using WolfPee liquid with ScentTags, 33 Day Dispensers or ScentWraps.  This will keep fox and coyote away from your chicken coop for good.  This is not a chemical repellent, nor are there any additives whatsoever.  Wolf Urine is completely natural, organic, and 100% real urine!  The one thing that a fox or a coyote fears is a wolf, and wolf urine sends a clear message that a wolf is nearby.  Except no substitute.

Well, that is all for now. The sun shone briefly here for a while today and the temperatures actually rose above 50! Brown Betty was enjoying the sun, too!  I’ve got some pictures of the Airstream project, and I will post them soon. The PeeMan