Long time ago the joints of certain cables were covered with lead, it was
done by a person call a lead whipper. The squirrels enjoyed chewing on the
lead. They did something to stop them but I donot remember what. Maybe
there is someone around who does and maybe this would help. But the
electrical fence shock sure would help.
Chris opr Ve7HCB
At 01:21 AM 2003-01-05 -0500, you wrote:
>In a message dated 1/4/03 17:55:06 Central Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Can anyone recommend a way to prevent this from happening
> > other than burying the cable?
>I have a dog that liked wire. Put a fence charger (2 D cell type) on a cable
>and let it lay out there for him. He only bit it once and hasn't touched a
>wire since (4+ years).
>I don't know if he told the other 2 dogs, but they aren't interested in the
>If it's just a varmint, a 22 or decent pellet rifle is a good training
>instrument. Although a good jolt may work on them too.
>All kinds of problems can be resolved with the proper application of
>73, Don - K4BEV
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