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How to Choose the Right Deer Fence

Deer may be beautiful from a distance, but few property owners want to deal with an influx of deer in their gardens and orchards, as these animals tend to destroy gardens, landscaping, agricultural land, and trees at remarkably quick rates. Thankfully, there is a practical solution to the problem of deer invasions.

With deer fencing, property owners don't have to worry about whether their plants will be safe. Read on to find out what to look for in a fencing material below to get started.

Reliable Exclusion

There's no point in installing a deer fence if it isn't tall or strong enough to hold up to harsh weather conditions and particularly persistent animals. Try to avoid electric fences, since they won't work well during the winter months when snow and frozen soil break their circuits and render them ineffective. Instead, look for a mesh fence that will not be susceptible to changing temperatures, inclement weather, rust, or rot.

baby coupons may be effective at keeping large animals out, but they also require almost constant maintenance. Purchasing a fencing material that won't require constant repainting, sanding, and sealing will both save money and prevent a lot of hassle further down the line. wire garden requires next to no maintenance and provides effective deer exclusion that will last for years.

Humane Solutions

Electric fences are obviously inhumane as they work by administering electric shocks to animals that attempt to cross them. What some readers may not realize is that metal and wire fencing can be just as likely to cause injury, not just to deer, but also to household pets, livestock, and even particularly adventurous children. Mesh fencing is just as effective as wire fencing, if not more so, but it doesn't come with the same safety concerns and constitutes a much more humane solution for keeping deer out of gardens, orchards, and agricultural fields.

Ease of Installation

Property owners can save a lot of money by installing their own fences, but most fence materials aren't exactly designed with ease of installation in mind. Mesh fences are easy enough to install that just about any reader can get the job done him or herself. In fact, they can even be installed and removed for seasonal protection with no specialty tools or knowledge required.

Aesthetic Appeal

Property owners work hard to create beautiful landscapes that they, their families, their guests, and their neighbors can all appreciate. Why ruin that effect with ugly fencing? The mesh fencing available at bennersgardens.com is nearly invisible to the naked eye even from distances of just 20 feet, providing maximum security against undesirable critters without ruining those views.