Wild Boar Posts

Gifts for Everyone in Your Life: Gardeners, Beekeepers, Ranchers, Bird Lovers & More

By Nite Guard LLC
Nite Guard holiday gift guide 2016

Happy Holidays! ‘Tis the season to give and be grateful. When you choose gifts for loved ones this season, consider what could make their lives better. Use our gift guide below to help you find a great gift for just about everyone in your life.

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Keep Away Wild Boars: A Success Story

By Nite Guard LLC
Nite Guard Solar lights wild boar deterrent

In Texas, they’re called feral hogs. In Arkansas, they’re razorbacks. Whatever the local name for wild boar, everyone agrees that they’re extremely destructive creatures. One of our customers experienced their destructive nature firsthand, before installing Nite Guard Solar lights.

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Holiday Gift Guide: Gift ideas for that special person who needs a predator deterrent solution

By Katie Berning
The most wonderful time of the year is here! Have you started holiday shopping? Though a fun tradition, holiday shopping can be stressful. So, this year, we say, “Skip the stress”, and choose Nite Guard.

Give the gift of Nite Guard this holiday season. Do you have loved ones in need of an effective, maintenance-free nighttime and daytime predator deterrent? Nite Guard Solar and our Repellent Tape are proven effective at deterring nocturnal and diurnal predators. read more >

Welcome to the New & Improved Nite Guard Blog: Introducing Our Community Blog

By Katie Berning
Welcome to the new and improved Nite Guard Blog. We are excited to offer you the best predator protection tips on the web in a fresh, new design that makes reading and navigating around the Nite Guard site much easier. Along with our updated design, we are happy to launch the Nite Guard Community Blog. read more >

Losing Sleep Because Coyote are Killing Your Goats?

By Jim Meyer
Your eyes snap open, you look at the clock, its 3 a.m. and the sound of the howling pierces the night. There is no doubt what this is – a pack of coyotes has moved in close and are probably headed for the stock you moved into the north pasture last week. Your mind races: the snares and traps you’ve set better do their job or you will be out several head of prized goats. The stock is probably up and nervous. Should I head out with the gun? How many times have you experienced this or something similar in the past? Night predators are not evil creatures. They are merely living their lives the best they can, like the rest of us. But to a goat raiser - coyote, wolf, bobcat and bear are anything but welcome when you have time and money invested. read more >