June 16, 2016
If you have a goose problem, you may be hesitant to step in your own yard for fear of walking into a pile of goose droppings. This is an all too real problem for anyone who has a waterbody on their property. A single goose can eat up to four pounds of grass in a day creating large amounts of poop. When groups of geese congregate on your lawn it can ruin your summer activities. We want you to be able to use your own lawn and lake or pond without worrying about a geese problem! Walking barefoot in your yard and enjoying the lush grass shouldn’t be stopped because of pesky geese.
One effective form of goose control is a dog. Geese want to be able to nestle down and have easy access to grass and water. Geese will move on and find a new home where they aren’t bothered by other animals.
But you may be asking, ‘what if I don’t have a dog?’ There are other options like moving decoys. These can come in the form of dogs, coyotes, and other predators. These options are also viable, but may be less successful than a real dog and may be an eye sore.
Goose repellent sprays can be sufficient as a goose deterrent. However, they can be costly since you will need to buy more when you run out. They can also have unpleasing odors that make your neighborhood smell.
We recommend using the Goose D-Fence® retractable goose barrier. It blocks geese from accessing the water without flying. During a couple months of summer, geese shed many of their flight feathers and are unable to fly. The rest of the time, geese prefer not to fly unless they are migrating. Research has found that geese do not want to have to work hard for food and water since they need access to it every 30 minutes. The Goose D-Fence® makes the geese have to fly to get to the water which causes them to find a more suitable nesting ground elsewhere.
Goose D-Fence® is virtually invisible so it isn’t an eye sore. Unless you know it is there, you probably won’t realize there is anything in the yard. Two wires span between the posts and inhibit water access for geese. It is easily set up and is retractable so you can quickly move it out of the way when you want access to your water. One Goose D-Fence® spans up to 250 feet along your pond or lakeshore.
Take back your yard and enjoy the rest of summer, goose free!
April 28, 2014
Have geese made their way back to your lawn? Keep the geese out. Protect your shoreline while allowing easy dock access. Or, protect an entire pond by enclosing the perimeter. Geese prefer easy access to grass and need to drink water about every 30 minutes. Enjoy walking bare foot on your lawn again. The Goose D-Fence system can help rid your property of nuisance geese. The Goose D-Fence is a retractable fence that can be installed or removed in minutes. When it comes time to play, mow, or access the water, simply wind it up! Also, the Goose D-Fence is a great geese deterrent and the system is inconspicuous. Your view of the water is not affected.
The Goose D-Fence has two lines that create a barrier between water and the grass. Geese will seek the path of least resistance and move on to other locations with easier access. During a few months each summer, geese shed enough feathers to lose their ability to fly. At other times, they simply prefer not to fly if they don’t have to.
Each Goose D-Fence system includes the patented retractable system and post with a stainless steel receptacle and one additional post. It covers 250’ with a typical two line set up. Extra posts are available for purchase to accommodate your individual needs. We recommend an additional post for each 50’ you are spanning. x