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Dog Keeps Large Garden Free Of Deer, Rabbits
A Catholic priest in Godfrey, Ill., says his large garden has been free of rabbits, deer and raccoons since he hit on an inexpensive method to keep pest animals out.
  Rev. Fr. Maurice Lange simply set up a fenced-in runway around the garden and lets his dog, a Labrador, named Magpie, roam freely inside.
  A single strand of electric fence wire runs around the garden to keep the dog out. Then 20 ft. out from the perimeter of the garden, he erected a woven wire fence. The dog patrols the 20-ft. wide perimeter.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Rev. Fr. Maurice Lange, OMI, Godfrey, Ill. 62035.

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2002 - Volume #26, Issue #6