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WCS Introduces Dig Defence

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Dig Defence is an animal control commercial grade barrier.

| March 27, 2012

Dig Defence Animal Control Commercial Grade Barrier is the newest innovative addition to Wildlife Control Supplies’ product line. Dig Defence is a sturdy, below-ground barrier that permanently fixes wildlife problems that had previously demanded repeated trapping and relocation of animals. Dig Defence is a 4-foot wide, 15-inch tall fence made of 4 gauge galvanized steel, and each prong is 1.5 inches apart.  It is a barrier that prevents animals like raccoons, opossums, foxes, ground hogs, armadillos, and dogs from burrowing underground and stealing into unwanted areas. Dig Defence shields and secures structures, fencing, decks, ranches, barns, airport fencing, electrical substations, zoos, and more. If there is an area where unwelcome critters are getting in, Dig Defence will keep them out.
    
To help with the installation of this barrier a convenient tool has been designed to make the Dig Defence installation even quicker and easier. The Dig Defence Animal Control Commercial Grade Installation Tool is made of 16-gauge steel square tubing, uses TIG welding, and rust resistant paint. On the bottom of the tool is a hollow channel and this is placed right over the prongs of the Dig Defence. Because of the hollow channel, or ridge, the Dig Defence won’t slip out from underneath the tool. Then, all the installer has to do is hammer down on the tall handle to drive the Dig Defence down into the ground. This top impact portion of the tool is steel-filled with TIG weld to prevent wear and mushrooming. The tool includes a stainless steel retaining pin so the top half can come off, making it convenient to use and carry around while also being a reliable and heavy-duty accessory.

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