If it were possible to keep animals out of fields we'd need fences at least six feet tall and 1 x 2 mesh to keep rabbits and squirrels out. What do you do with climbers and tunnelers, like coon and woodchucks? All book learned and no common sense.
Re: More wisdom from our governmet in reply to fergienewbee, 01-06-2013 03:26:52
I realize its a silly idea but I have a six' fence around a garden and I put a shocking wire around the top to keep squirls and coons out. I had a couple of peach trees the critters were breaking all the limbs off the trees to get the peaches.
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