Beaver Control Products
Nixalite Beaver Control products
repel, trap and deny access for Beavers and other pest animals. The North American Beaver is the largest rodent in North America. Beavers mate for life and produce one litter of 2 to 6 kits per year. The young stay with the parents for an average of 2 years.
Beaver Fact Sheet
Electric Fence Netting Kit
Use the Electric Fence Netting
kit to make a 30 foot square enclosure to keep small animals in and pedators out. Keep out stray dogs and cats, fox, racoon and skunks.
Galvanized Wire Mesh
Nixalite offers full rolls of galvanized wire mesh barriers. Ideal for keeping out nuisance animals and birds, the welded wire mesh barriers can be cut to fit, molded into shapes and installed over, under or around all types of objects, gaps, openings and more.
Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
Nixalite offers full rolls of stainless steel wire mesh barriers. Ideal for keeping out nuisance animals and birds, the welded wire mesh can be cut to fit, molded into shapes and installed over, under or around all types of objects, gaps, openings and more.
Standard Front Release Animal Trap 36x11x12
Economical live capture trap. Use for raccoon sized animals including raccoons, groundhogs, skunks, nutria and more. Uses 14 gauge GALVANIZED wire mesh. Easy to set standard traps are ready to use out of the box. 36"x11"x12" #VCS51700
Economy Large Animal Trap 41x15x15
ECONOMICAL wire mesh live capture animal trap for groundhogs, woodchucks, opossums, skunks, fox, & other large animals. Fully assembled trap has single spring loaded door. 19 gauge galvanized steel wire construction. Each trap comes with instructions. 41"x15"x15" #JT495
Professional Live Capture Animal Trap 36x11x12
Heavy Duty rear door release live capture animal trap for raccoon sized animals including raccoons, groundhogs, skunks, feral cats, small to medium sized dogs, etc. Heavy 14 gauge galvanized wire construction. Fully assembled, ready to use. 36"x11"x12" #VCS54136
Impact on Human Health:
Beavers can carry Giardiasis, a parasitic disease that can be transmitted from beavers to humans through direct contact or by ingestion of contaminated water or food. This parasitic affliction causes gastroenteritis and other gastric infections and distress.
Impact on Property:
Beaver dams cause flooding above the dam and loss of water flow below. Floods damage homes, businesses, roads, crops, etc. A beaver’s preferred diet (tree bark) and their habit of girdling (stripping the bark off a trees circumference) can kill a tree or make it more susceptible to disease.
Beaver Fact Sheet