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Coyote Control Using Guard Llamas & Nite Guard Solar

By Nite Guard LLC
coyote control using guard llamas and Nite Guard SolarCoyote control is a top-of-mind concern for the majority of ranchers in the U.S. When livelihood is at stake, finding a way to coexist with coyote is of incredible importance. If you are a rancher challenged by coyote attacks on your livestock, use the coyote control strategies outlined here as a non-lethal solution to your predator problems.

Use Guard Llamas

Native to South America, llamas have not normally been the first pick for U.S. ranchers when considering guard animals. However, many ranchers who have turned to llamas as protection for their livestock have noticed how naturally these animals take to the role of protector. Guard llamas have been observed aggressively protecting their herd by charging coyote, and even kicking predators.

Install Nite Guard Solar

Though guard llamas are on watch 24/7, the best coyote control strategy involves multiple deterrent methods. Coyote who are especially ravenous, or who are hunting food for their young, will go to great lengths to kill prey, whether they be healthy or weak. To deter even the most eager coyote, install Nite Guard Solar predator lights.

Just like guard llamas pose a threat to coyote when they charge or kick, Nite Guard Solar signals the presence of a threat through its flashing red light. The light mimics the eye of another predator, and makes the coyote think twice about going in for the kill.

This mimicry is what makes Nite Guard Solar so effective at coyote control. And on top of that, Nite Guard Solar predator lights are easy to install, require no maintenance, recharge through solar power, and are weatherproof and durable.

Implement Coyote Control Today

Get started on your coyote control project today. You can purchase a set of Nite Guard Solar predator lights on our website, and you can learn how to properly install them here.

If you have any questions about how to purchase and how to use Nite Guard Solar, contact us by phone at 1-800-328-6647, or by sending us an email using our contact form.