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PROTECTING YOUR GAMEFOWL FARM part one

Posted by gamecocksunlimited on August 22, 2012

1) Put up no trespassing signs

  • Post “No Trespassing” signs along property lines and maintain them perpetually.  Too often, signs are posted and forgotten: they deteriorate, fall down, or are removed or knocked down by vandals.  So, in addition to posting signs in the first place, follow through by maintaining them.
  • Signs announcing the presence of alarms, detectors, or surveillance devices can be helpful in deterring crimes.
  • Learn the laws in your State about no trespassing signs and have some with the codes on them for your main entrances, drive ways and roads
  • Be sure to have who can cross the no trespassing sigh like Fire and Medical Emergency.  A good example is narlo.org/sign

2) Monitor your property

  • If you have people come on your property, make sure you have witness, or tape so you can protect yourself from being assaulted by the government or HSUS/PETA
  • Do not let anyone on your property unless you invite him or her there
  • Ensure out-houses, gate and sheds are secure and locked at all times.
  • Dogs a very good at keep a eye on things and warning you something is wrong
  • Security Cameras: The same as alarm systems, it can be a deer cam to high dollar Surveillance systems.
  • Alarm system: these can be anything from cans on a string to high dollar systems its up to you and your budget.
  • Tell trusted neighbors when you are going to be away from your property.  Suggest they do the same.
  • Don’t have set times when you leave your property, e.g. to go to town
  • Make sure that there are no ‘hiding places’ in your yard for any would-be burglar.
  • Add gravel paths to create a noise when someone approaches your property.

 

3) Fencing your property

  • Build a nice strong Fence.
  • Have a metal fence and gate around your property.  In addition to being tougher than wooden ones, metal gates, and fences are likely to make much more sound when opened or climbed over, thereby alerting you to the presence of an intruder on your property.
  • Plant prickly shrubs and bushes next to your walls or fences will deter most criminals from climbing over.

 

4) Lighting your property

 

  • Invest in brighter outside lighting.  Ensure that the outside of your home is illuminated properly.  Dark shadows make for excellent covers for thieves, which is why you should have adequate lighting outside your home.  Remember to turn on the lights after nightfall, or better yet, have them on an automatic timer.
  • If possible, try to use motion detector lights instead of the standard lights.  In addition to providing the required illumination, these lights can also keep track of unwanted movement. 
  • Buy and install solar-powered motion sensors with lights at your property line.  This is your first line of defense.  Mount them so that they come on shining toward your dwelling and not into the neighbor’s house.  Adjust the sensors so they come on only when necessary.
  • Purchase the brightest, most powerful wattage/lumens available.  You want a bright light to see your intruder clearly.  Make sure the light paths intersect, so there are no huge areas left in the dark when they come on.
  •  Check all the outdoor lights periodically to see that no bulbs or tubes are broken.  If you do find any, replace them immediately.

5) Legal stuff I found (I am not a lawyers if you need legal advice please contact a Lawyer)

 

  • Talk to a lawyer in you area find out about intent laws, County codes, etc.
  • Do not answer questions by Law enforcement; tell them to talk to your lawyer.  remain silent
  • Do not consent to a search by Law enforcement,
  • Never invite Law Enforcement into your house, garage, outbuildings, or onto your property.  Make sure your property is Fenced, Gates LOCKED, and with notrespassing signs up.  police at my door what should I do
  • Do not let hsus, aspca, or peta on your property
  • Watch what you say to strangers
  • Learn all you can about your rights as a property owner or renter
  • Protest all property rights violation

These are just some things I found on line that might help protect you and your farm.  Please feel free to add to these we need all the help we can get. Remember we have satellites, drones, and the animal rights trying to make money and get in the news working against us.   This is a very important subject that needs to be talked about a lot more.  

Some websites you my find interesting and helpful

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