Once you've decided on the type of fence you'll need – permanent, offset or temporary, look here to find out the best set-up for the animal you want to fence.
Gallagher Weighing and Electronic Identification (EID) Systems range from entry level through to the most advanced weighing systems available
Whether you plan to go energy-free or to use a heater with your automatic waterer, we offer a full line of durable, proven products that are uniquely designed for specific animals.
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Cranes rely on open freshwater wetlands for survival during most of their lifecycle. The loss and degradation of these kinds of habitats are among the most pressing threats to the survival of these huge birds. Another threat, of course, is the ever-present danger of predators such as raccoons and mink.
" We haven't lost a bird since it was installed."
Bears of all kinds are a sometime dangerous nuisance around Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and the national forests of northwestern Wyoming.
Have a question about managing wildlife in North America? Find answers to many frequently asked questions here.
The Least Tern is a small bird, an endangered species that causes some big problems because it likes to nest in hostile environments. Protecting them from predators usually means taking some drastic steps.