Ok everyone I know its weird but...

Scorpiochick

In the Brooder
5 Years
Apr 10, 2014
79
9
48
Haskell Texas
My Coop
My Coop
We have badgers ,skunks, snakes all kinds of bad news for our chickens here in TX. My fiancee and i did alot of reading and found that (ok I know) if you pee around your coop you are marking your chickens territory as yours. I was like
. Anyway if you want to try this just have your guy go do it,they peeing outside anyway

But I can tell you this since he started doing that we have had NO problems at all.
 

Gumiho

In the Brooder
6 Years
Dec 3, 2013
64
13
48
FL
Doesn't work.

Raccoons, possums, snakes, rats, badgers, coyotes... Are not going to care. The idea is that *some* animals mark their territories and other animals of the *same species* or who are *prey* to those animals *may give the boundaries or areas with a high stench volume (thus likely most frequented location) consideration. But in general a raccoon or other such chicken predator could care less about human or dog urine.
 
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