How to Repel Chickens?

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There are several ways to repel chickens. Red cedar mulch, chicken wire, fencing, and cayenne pepper are all ways to repel chickens.
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1. Use some chicken wire to make a fence around the areas you want to protect. This is not very pretty, but will keep the chickens out of your vegetable garden and flower bed. 2.
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Do you have chickens running around your home garden? They are definitely wonderful. Since they feed on slugs and bugs, you worry less about your vegetables and flowers. But despite
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Chickens will eat certain insects - including grasshoppers, grubs and worms - that would otherwise feast on garden plants. Chickens can wreak havoc on a garden. They will peck at
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How to Repel Chickens
Repelling chickens can be done by chasing them off the property on a regular basis, building a fence around the area or sprinkling strong-smelling spices around a perimeter. Avoid chicken-related damage to a lawn and garden with information from a... More »
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Whether it is your neighbors or your own chickens that are invading your garden or destroying your yard, you may want to find some type of chicken repellent that will keep them out. The first step is to consider fencing the animals out since this will be the most effective option. You may be able to use some plants to do this, but they will need to have thorns to stop the chickens from invading. It is not possible to use pesticides because these could kill the chickens.
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