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Does anymore have any suggestions of how I can keep the geese from eating my grass? Thanks.

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Re: Geese deterrent suggestions

Usually they leave such a "MESS" behind - I'd be happy if they just ate my grass.  A Border Collie would certainly get them moving.

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Mow it shorter to make it less appealing.

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        🐾    a well fed feral yard cat would consider your yard his territory.

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Re: Geese deterrent suggestions

Do you have a dog? Many golf courses use border collies to chase them away.

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Re: Geese deterrent suggestions

the earlier posters beat me to the punch.  a border collie is your answer.  my brother had one that had a "job" (complete with business cards) working at the local airport keeping geese away.  

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@Hedge A CAT?   Geese are huge birds and they travel in flocks.  8 - 10 big birds vs one cat = dead ******

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Re: Geese deterrent suggestions

You should ask Carolyn Gracie on her Facebook page because she has geese.

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@Sunnyskies wrote:

Does anymore have any suggestions of how I can keep the geese from eating my grass? Thanks.


@Sunnyskies   Eat the geese!  Works every time!  Woman Wink

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Re: Geese deterrent suggestions

Boy, @fthunt  was right, they make a big mess. Kinda of looks like stubby cigars. When I was still working, every year 2 pairs of geese would lay there eggs in the large lawn around our building.You have geese, last year, my sister had buzzards that roosted in her trees. She actually had them for 2 years. Good luck.