Keep Rabbits out of garden without a fence
Farmers have to deal with pesky rabbits all the time. Because they are most active during the twilight hours, catching them in the act can be difficult. One of the easiest, and cheapest ways to keep rabbits out of your garden is by using garden cages.
We designed out garden cages to originally keep out the deer. But, we learned by adding end-caps that we could keep all kinds of animals out of our garden. These include rabbits, squirrels, groundhogs, and even birds!
Our garden commander cage is better than a fence, and really works to keep the bunnies away, but to keep the baby bunnies away we recommend adding a 2 foot netting around the bottom of one of our garden cages. You can clip the netting on with old fashioned clothespins. You need this because the baby rabbits can poke through the hole openings in our garden cages.
Installing our garden cages is so simple. Just place them over your traditional row, or your raised bed, and they are installed. To learn how to add the end caps to our cages, please see my video.
Happy gardening by farmer Paul!