Barnes Wildlife Control Of Ohio

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Barnes Wildlife Control
South Office: Beavercreek, OH | North Office:Troy, OH
Phone: (937) 340-1867 Fax: (877) 771-3432

Barnes Wildlife Control Of Ohio

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Do You Need Deer Pickup and Disposal?

You certainly do need deer carcass pickup if you have any dead deer on your property. Dead deer, as do other dead wildlife, can cause many diseases and health-related problems. As a deer decays, bacteria gets released, exposing you and your loved ones to unhealthy situations. Barnes Wildlife Control advises people not to handle or eat meat from a deer that appears sick or you find dead. If you plan on doing deer carcass pickup yourself handle the dead deer with gloves. We suggest using latex or rubber gloves. Also, there should be minimal contact with deceased deer organs. But, Barnes Wildlife Control Professional will remove any dead deer from your property and sanitize the area around the deer remains. If you want to know more about Deer Carcass Pickup And Disposal, check out Ohio Law 941.14.

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Deer Will Wander Into Your Yard And Die

In Ohio, deer wander onto many homeowner’s properties and die. Of course, you will need deer carcass pickup in this case. Events like this can occur when a hunter wounds a deer but doesn’t kill it. The deer will survive for a while but eventually strays onto the homeowner’s yard where it will die.  Also, if a car hits a deer and it survives, it can wander off the road and into your yard where it will die. This situation occurs when your home is near a major roadway. When either of these situations occurs, give Barnes Wildlife Control’s deer carcass pickup service a call at (937) 340-1867.

For more information on our Dead Animal Removal Carcass Disposal service go here. I’m sure we’ll be able to answer any more questions you may have. If you don’t find what you are looking for please go to out contact page and fill in our form with your question(s). Of course you can call us as well at (937) 340-1867.