2010 - Volume #BFS, Issue #10, Page #59
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A New Solution For An Old Problem
Losing calves, sheep, goats and poultry to night predators will end without harming them and use the sun for power.
  Nite Guard is a solar-powered, flashing red light that turns on and off automatically each night and morning - and it totally repels night predators. It almost sounds too good to be true. However, this unique product is currently being used by thousands of farmers and ranchers to protect their livestock.
  Animal behavior studies have scientifically proven that all night predators fear being "watched". Nite Guard mimics the "eye" of another animal that could harm these predators. They feel threatened and leave the area. However, domestic animals and pets are not affected. Raccoons, possum, fox, skunk, bear, cougar and coyote will leave your area alone owls and hawks also are repelled by the Nite Guard light as well. The results are amazing.
  Environmentally friendly, using only the sun or daylight to power them, this unit is weather sealed, small and compact (measures just 2 1/2 in. wide, 2 in. high, and 1 in. deep). It will operate to 20 degrees below zero and is protected against rain, snow and ice.
  No more electric fencing, no more need for guard dogs or the nasty time consuming job of trapping critters that are killing the livestock you worked so hard to raise. A typical arrangement of four lights will cover many acres as the lights are visible from 1/2 mile away to a predator.
  Nite Guard is not a strobe-type light and will not be annoying to you or your neighbors. At $29.95 per unit, they will begin to pay for themselves the very night they are installed. As an added bonus, Nite Guard lights give the impression of a security system in place and will give human intruders something to think about.
  See us at www.niteguard.com or call 800 328-6647. Nite Guard, LLC, P.O. Box 274, Princeton Minn. 55371.


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2010 - Volume #BFS, Issue #10