Predator Control for your Chickens

Nite Guard Solar, A Review

Does it work? Yes! This video will help you understand how it works, but I can tell you first hand that it’s everything they say. There are currently six on my property protecting my chickens from coyotes and hawks.

I have one on each coop, and then hang a plastic owl from a tree limb with the Night Guard hanging around it’s neck.

SUPER easy to hang from any fence, or it can be screwed to a wall or gate. Not sure how long they last, but mine are a year old and still going strong.

I highly recommend the Nite Guard, it works! It’s priced under $20 and that’s worth the peace of mind alone. You can get the Nite Guard on my website amy elizabeth’s Country Homestead.

 

 


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About tbnranch

amy elizabeth, writer, author, antique dealer. Lives in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert on a small hobby farm.
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