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Re: Deer problems

krichardson@barents.com wrote:
>      Help!  I have a significant rodent problem, which I strongly suspect
>      is deer.  

Hello Karin - Valente Gardens, RFD 2 Box 234, E. Lebanon ME 04027 sells 
a product called DEER GUARD, DG-100.  It is an 8 oz bottle of coyote 
urine.  Squirt some on rags and place them around the area affected. One 
bottle lasted a couple of years (2+ acres of cultivation)
(Appeared in the Spring 95 issue of NEWSCAST)

Good luck,
Dennis (It finally rained today) Stoneburner

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