Fencing Types and Costs

















Deer Fencing - BTCV

Coexisting with Deer - Detailed Fact Sheet

Transport Canada - Electric Fencing

Transport Canada - Non-Electric Fencing

Deer Exclusion Fencing - British Columbia

Energized Deer Fencing - Minnesota DNR

How To Install Woven-Wire Deer Fencing

NJ's 2006 Deer Fence Program - Eligibility

PA's 2004 Deer Fence Program - Procedure



Fencing is the most effective deer exclusion device bar none, even in the opinion of professional cullers.  In combination with underpasses, overpasses and one-way gates, it can cut the Deer-Vehicle Accident rate by over 90%, whereas culling can cut it by only about 25%.  Further, whereas culling has to be repeated year after year at considerable cost, fencing is a one-time up-front expense, with a life-expectancy of some 25 years, requiring minimal maintenance.  Where fencing is not feasible, a range of repellents and deterrents can fill the gap, without resorting to divisive cruelty and bloodshed.