Any advice on how to keep very aggressive bunnies off my yard . ?
Liz Slater on Jun 11, 2017Moth balls from the dollar store--make a perimeter border.Helpful Reply
Shoshana on Jun 12, 2017Blood meal fertilizer spread around the yard will repel them.Helpful Reply
Shirley Heikkinen on Jun 12, 2017Very agressive hunting dogs!Helpful Reply
Marcia Lazenby on Jun 13, 2017a catHelpful Reply
Nancy Turner on Jun 13, 2017I agree with the dog idea. Bunnies are at the top of the food group list of our chow chow! She even takes care of the moles that come out at night, we find them by the back door. Chow Chows don't like to spend a lot of time indoors, so she makes use of the doggie door at night to hunt for critters.Helpful Reply
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