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Chew Protection Barrier

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Chew Protection Barrier is a real garden defender that can be used for a number of different purposes. Often rodents do as much damage as deer to the garden. To keep rodents out of the garden special consideration must be given to their teeth. Rodents have teeth designed to gnaw. These teeth are capable of chewing through most anything including wood beams and copper wires. Just about the only thing that rodents can’t chew through is steel.

Chew protection barrier from Deer Fence USA is a black vinyl coated hex steel wire that is extremely durable. The black vinyl prevents rust and makes the steel wire very difficult to see. Sometimes called chew guard, this hex wire fence is the best way that we know of to stop rodents.

If rabbits are your only problem then we recommend installing 2’ high Chew protection barrier around the entire perimeter of your garden. Flare 3” of so out away from the garden and peg it down to the ground with ground stakes so the rabbits can’t crawl under. The finished height of the fence should be right around 20”. The nice thing is it is very easy for you to step over your rabbit fence but the rabbits won't go over it. In our trials a rabbit has never jumped over this fence.

For ground hogs we recommend installing a 7 ½’ polypropylene deer fence at the preferred height of 7’ with 6 inches flared out away from the exclosure and pegged down per standard installation procedure. In addition, add 3’ high chew protection barrier around the base of your entire perimeter. A ground hog will try to climb over or squeeze under most types of fence. In this case the 3’ high chew protection barrier will stop the ground hog from gnawing on the fence. Because it is pegged down he cannot go under. As he begins to climb, the natural wiggle of the polypropylene fence will cause the ground hog to loose balance, and his grip, preventing him from climbing the fence. Ground hogs cause a lot of damage to gardens, yards and farms. The good news is as long as they are not “dug in”, meaning that their burrow is not inside of the area you wish to protect, they can be fenced out. Ground hogs are veracious herbivores. They will leave their burrows and go “graze” causing a great deal of destruction in a short time. The bad news is if the burrow is in your garden or yard they must be removed first before the fence goes up. This fencing system will keep them from coming back.

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