• Engineering
  • Published 1994

PREVENTING DEER DAMAGE WITH BARRIER, ELECTRICAL, AND BEHAVIORAL FENCING SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{Curtis1994PREVENTINGDD,
  title={PREVENTING DEER DAMAGE WITH BARRIER, ELECTRICAL, AND BEHAVIORAL FENCING SYSTEMS},
  author={Paul Curtis and Michael J. Fargione and Milo E. Richmond},
  year={1994}
}
are responsible for damage to a variety of horticultural crops. Economic losses often require growers to implement one or more damage management methods including repellents, scare devices, hunting to control deer numbers, and fencing. A relatively small proportion of producers currently use fencing as their primary deer damage management technique due to high initial costs and other perceived shortcomings. Several fencing systems, including baited single wires, three-dimensional outriggers… CONTINUE READING

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