Predator control is only effective if the right technique is used to remove and control the particular predator.
What is Predator Control?
Predator control used to be a farmers concern about foxes killing chickens, the occasional coyote that has taken livestock or maybe raccoons getting into the hen house but predator control has changed with foxes and coyotes adapting to suburban and even urban settings.
Overpopulation causes territory disputes, food competition and disease outbreaks (manage and distemper, just to name a few). With the increase of fox and coyote sightings and even attacks, predator control has moved into your neighborhood.
NJ Pest Control has a state licensed trapper on staff and the required state permits to handle your fox and coyote problem anytime of year.