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Modifying Fences to Protect High-Value Pastures from Deer and Elk

When the threat of damage or disease transmission occurs on the landscape, it can be very difficult to prevent. Many methods of preventing wild animals from damaging crops and rangeland have been used, but fencing is the most practical long-term solution in areas with high deer or elk populations.

This guide produced by Montana State University explains how to modify existing livestock containment fences in a low-cost manner to make them resistant to deer or elk.

Modifying Fences to Protect High-Value Pastures from Deer and Elk (PDF)

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