Animals Eating Strawberries

How to I get the animals to stop eating my strawberries? They are growing on the ground.

Hardiness Zone: 6a

By Martha from Parma, OH

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March 20, 20100 found this helpful

What kind of animals? Neighborhood pets, rabbits, birds, or burrowing critters? If the animals are above-ground, fencing your strawberry patch might work. If the animals can reach them from above, then a fence with netting or chicken wire over the top might work.

If they're burrowing animals, though, someone else would have to step in here, because I'm not sure how to stop them.

I hope this info helps, or maybe inspires you to come up with a better solution!

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