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Just Scentsational Coyote Urine Predator Scent, 1/2 gal.

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Predator scent has long been known to trigger the fight or flight response in small animals of prey. The larger the predator, the larger the prey that can be intimidated by the scent. Coyote urine scent is particularly frightening to many animals and scares them off quickly.

  • Place around the yard in areas where small to medium sized unwanted pests are an annoyance
  • Repeat the application every couple of weeks or after heavy rains
  • Coyote Recharge Scent available in 64 oz. bottle
  • Use as a recharge for our Scentry Stones (sold separately) or by themselves

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Specification Description
Brand: Just Scentsational
Natural or Organic: Yes
Package Size: 64 oz.
Pest Type: Deer, Racoons, Groundhog, Gophers, Possum
Product Type: Animal Repellents
Manufacturer Part Number RS-64
Just Scentsational Coyote Urine Predator Scent, 1/2 gal. is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not deter packrats! I bought this and sprayed it all around and under our RV thinking it would deter Packrats. No way...the next day we trapped a huge packrat next to our wheelwell.
Date published: 2018-11-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use. I wanted to keep the bunnies and wood chuck out of my garden. Seems to be working for the wood chuck, but bunnies don't seem to be bothered by it. Wood chuck was a bigger problem anyway, so I'm happy it works on him.
Date published: 2018-08-22
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How is this even collected? Inprisoned coyotes?

Asked by: Johnny26
While the coyotes are not roaming wild, they are not "imprisoned". They roam free in a large swath of land and there are areas with stones over drains where they tend to "do their business" and it collects through the stones and is then filtered. They are visited by veterinarians to make sure they are all happy and healthy.
Answered by: JWag
Date published: 2018-10-30
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