Coyote Pee-Repels Rats, Raccoons, Skunks + More

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Yes, we are selling pee! Real coyote pee! Why? Because it's awesome at repelling predators. Just squeeze the 12 oz bottle into the available 33-Day Dispensers and hang the dispensers around your yard, chicken coop or run to create a "pee-remiter"--one dispenser every ten feet or so. Coyote pee repels:
  • Raccoons
  • Rats
  • Skunks
  • Oppossums
  • Minks
  • Other small predators
It'll also scare away groundhogs, deer, and gophers!

How does it work?
The 33-Day Dispensers include zip ties for easy fastening around your yard. Place them every ten feet around the perimeter of the area you want to protect, approximately 18" off the ground (think "nose level" of the critter you're trying to repel). Attach them to the wire mesh of chicken coops and runs; trees and shrubs; even garden stakes. Fill the dispensers half way. The dispensers protect the pee from wind and rain, allowing the scent to linger for approximately 33 days.  After 33 days, empty and re-fill them.

Or, if you can't stand the thought of handling pee...
You can choose the 20 oz Yard Cover Granules instead. They're in a shaker jar, so you simply open the top and shake to disperse them around the area you wish to protect. These you'll need to reapply weekly. (The granules are created by mixing the urine with all-natural, organic materials to absorb and hold the scent. Chickens will not eat them--don't worry!)

How is urine collected from the animal?
All predator urine is humanely collected via floor collection drains of enclosures in game farms, zoos and preserves. These facilities are regularly inspected by the appropriate state agencies to meet standards for health and humane treatment. In addition, the urine collection helps these wild game caretakers to generate the revenue they need to care for their animals.

Does the pee spook the chickens?
One would think so, but chicken keepers around the country have reported that their flocks seem oblivious to it.

What if I have bigger predators, like fisher cats or coyotes?
You'll need wolf pee to handle those predators!

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