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Stephen M. Vantassel

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I can assist the public in responding to all kinds of wildlife related problems in the United States and Canada, including birds, mice, rats, skunks, raccoons, beavers, opossums, voles, moles, chipmunks, woodchucks, pocket gophers, and more. Please note that I specialize in vertebrates only, (animals with a backbone). While learning about insects, other experts should be consulted with insect questions. My passion is wildlife damage identification, for if you don't know what animal is causing the problem, you can't begin to resolve it responsibly. My latest book is the Wildlife Damage Inspection Handbook 3rd edition (2012). It is available at my site http://wildlifecontrolconsultant.com or by visiting my various vendors. (A simple internet search on the book's title will bring you to them).

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2016-08-28 Crop damage by wild animals:

Cost is relative to the value of the crop and goals of the farmer. Electric fence is certainly cheaper than lock-tite or chain link. It can also be used to stop animals from climbing trees. Understand

2016-08-28 Crop damage by wild animals:

Tough question. But why isn't electric fencing an option?   Dogs in the USA used to protect as well as principles for their use can be found here http://www.sheepusa.org/IssuesPrograms_Programs_LivestockProtectionDogs

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