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richardworrall
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Anybody got any proven fox deterrents for keeping them away from gardens? There starting to get a bit too close for comfort to our rabbits.
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Shotgun.
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Stingray fuckers.
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Repeal of the hunting act.
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quote:
Originally posted by Jambo
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Fox piss
richardworrall
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out of 160 views and 9 replies only 1 almost sensible answer!!!!
MatthewR
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SVM 286
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quote:
Originally posted by richardworrall
Anybody got any proven fox deterrents for keeping them away from gardens? There starting to get a bit too close for comfort to our rabbits.


Collect your urine in an appropriate vessel Rich. Then spray it around the perimeter of your garden regularly. More so in wet weather.

A pal of mine from where I used to work, tried this out at home and said it was very effective.
He now leaves a pump gun full of his own piss in his shed and his missus regularly gives the garden a liberal gong over when she's at a loose end.

Sounds disgusting but it's free and seems to work well.

I hear tiger/lion shit is an effective deterrent also, but is obviously far more offensive and far harder to come by than adult, male human urine.


Failing all of the above, if you want to have some fun/sport instead, you could always sit in the garden with a beer and one of these...

http://www.sportsmanguncentre.co.uk/product/052b2ba2af063c329465575/Weihrauch+HW45+Black+Star+-a-8-f-322/reviews/1//
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quote:
Originally posted by SVM 286
He now leaves a pump gun full of his own piss in his shed and his missus regularly gives the garden a liberal gong over when she's at a loose end.



Fuck me

I'd have to be at quite a loose end before I started spraying piss around the garden with a super soaker.
Cavey
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quote:
Originally posted by richardworrall
out of 160 views and 9 replies only 1 almost sensible answer!!!!


I hope that was mine. Fox piss will deter other foxes
Ben G
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My missus would never spray my piss around our garden
AndyKent
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Make sure the hutch is fox proof (ie. mesh dug into the ground deep enough they can't dig under. Doesn't matter how close they get if they can't get in.
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quote:
Originally posted by Cavey
I hope that was mine. Fox piss will deter other foxes


It was mine. I also pm'd him a link for a Rabbit fallout shelter.
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Id let the fox in to get the rabbits - then catch the fox - bye bye rabbits, hello pet fox
Tiger
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invite your local hunt around for a meet, ok so your garden may get trampled by 30+ horse's and hounds but they should be able to help removing the fox's.
the larger animal piss also works, keeps cats away to
hanging chains over and around the rabbit hutch also works as the noise scares the fox's away when they hit them.
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Fox killed on rabbit and abducted the other today

Lionheads too, not exactly small
GB123
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My mate feeds steaks to foxes in his garden
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Transformers 3
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Nasty bastards

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