Ok everyone I know its weird but...

Scorpiochick

In the Brooder
5 Years
Apr 10, 2014
79
12
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
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. Anyway if you want to try this just have your guy go do it,they peeing outside anyway
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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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