Ground Hog Control Products
Nixalite Ground Hog Control Products
include live traps, wire mesh barriers and repellents. The Groundhog is a rodent closely related to squirrels.
They grow to 24” long and weigh up to 25 pounds. Their low-slung body is adapted to digging with short, powerful legs and thick, curved claws. They prefer to live in open country and at the edges of woodlands.
Premium Nixalite Bird Spikes
Worlds Most Effective Bird Spike
100% Stainless Steel
120 Points Per Foot
2' or 4' Strips Install Quickly
1/4" Stainless Steel base strip
Stainless Steel Hardware Included
Effective For ALL Sizes of Birds
Light to Very Heavy Bird Pressure
Made in the U.S. A.
20 Year Warranty
Copper Blocker Pest Stopper
Keep small birds, bats, rodents and insects from getting through the cracks with Copper Blocker pest stopper. Copper mesh 100 foot roll x 5 inches wide.
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.
Impact on Human Health: Like all rodents, Groundhogs carry rabies which can be transmitted to humans through bites. The groundhog’s saliva transmits the virus through the bite wound. They also carry mites, ticks and other parasites that can spread from den sites into occupied structures such as homes and businesses. In the
wild, groundhogs are very aggressive animals and will defend both dens and feeding areas from all comers - regardless of size. Attacks on humans are not uncommon.
Impact on Architecture:
The most common complaints about groundhogs are their voracious appetites and the holes they dig. When fattening up for lean times, groundhogs eat huge amounts of grass and other plants. It does not care if it comes from a garden, golf course or other manicured area. It’s burrow can pose a threat to man, livestock and machine. Burrows have undermined foundations of buildings.
Groundhog Fact Sheet