Aug 14, 2012

Animal Repellent Containing Eggs

Animal Repelant
Liquid Fence® Deer and Rabbit Repellent
"Keep deer and rabbits away with Liquid Fence. All natural, long lasting Liquid Fence will stop both deer and rabbits from eating your flowers, shrubs, vegetable plants, trees and vines. Repels with a safe, natural egg and garlic base that will not harm plants or animals. Once dried, it will remain effective through up to 4"of rain for a full month. So effective, it comes with a 100 money-back manufacturer's guarantee!"

Animal Repellent
Repels All RTU
"All natural ingredients but repulsive to vermin and other undesirables. Repels three ways, by sense of touch, taste and smell. This is the most comprehensive animal repellent on the market. Protects plants and property, including structures, for up to 2 months per application. Rain fast after 6 hours. May be used around edibles. (Garlic, dried blood, whole egg solids, clove, fish oil, onion, wintergreen)."

Pest Control
Repellex Fruit and Vegtable Pest Control
" The combination of putrescent eggs and plant extracts is effective against both animals and insects. A high concentration of active ingredients makes this the most powerful repellent of its kind. All-natural ingredients are safe to apply through harvest. Liquid is light in color and will not stain. Natural adhesives allow this product to outlast and outperform other egg-based repellents.

Animal Repellent
Deer Away
"Havahart® Deer Away® RTU Spray contains the highest concentration of the scent deterrent putrescent egg on the market - 4.63%. Putrescent Egg Solids simulate the odor of decaying protein – signaling a predator is looming nearby."

Animal Repellent
"BOBBEX repels through both odor and taste by using meat meal, fish oil, putrescent eggs, garlic and other naturally occurring ingredients to deter deer from browsing."

Also See:
Animal Control Products Containing Nuts
Nuts in Your Garden Dog Food That Contains Milk

1 comment:

Gratefulfoodie said...

A dear friend's little one is allergic to egg and I never thought egg would be in animal repellent. Really? Thanks, I will share this with her

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