Professional State Certified Nuisance Wildlife Trapper
Licensed by the Georgia DNR and Federal ATF
Wildlife Disease Researcher/ Consulting
the predation of just one of these cattle or calves to Predators costs the landowner tens of thousands of dollars thru loss of Generational Progression.
if you own Equestrian Show Horses and see or hear coyotes around your farm, there is a real possibility the foals could end up like this.
"Most of the General Public who really do not understand what we do call us Pest Control Operators. In my mind, a Pest is an Insect such as Termites, ants, bees, spiders and such. Moving on into Wildlife Control and Management we find "Wild Life" that becomes a Nuisance to a landowner, subdivision or municipality such as Bats, Coyotes, Foxes, Raccoons and Beavers. These animals carry communicable life threatening diseases and can transfer them to Humans. They are physically, environmentally and financially harmful to People, their Environment, Pets and Livestock. Pest Control obviously has it's place and We have our place. We are State Certified Wildlife/Predator Control Operators. That is the difference."
"Cattle Farm owners and High Dollar Show Horse Owners, your herd is your INVESTMENT and for many your livelihood. Do you have a plan in place to protect them and their newborns from Coyote and Feral dog Predation. If the answer is No, you are losing ALOT of money to these Predators on an annual basis, and do not even realize it.
"Read in my Blog about a Rich Man who allowed Coyotes to kill every calf his heifers birthed on 3 farms in Newton County, Ga."
"The Truth is that a Predator Management Program is the most important thing you can do as a Livestock owner to protect your Investment. Don't you want your Investment in your Cattle or Livestock to be the most Profitable it can be? Unfortunately, most working cattle farm business owners do not have a Predator Management Program in place. The question you as a Livestock owner must ask yourself is your INVESTMENT worth Protecting?"
"I have met some people who evidently do not think their livestock is worth protecting and it is really a sad situation given they do not appear to understand the consequences and amount of money they are losing to Predators, or they just don't care."
"On the other hand, I have worked for some that fully understand the VALUE of the Services we can provide for them. These are the type of Client's I am looking for."
"For Instance a Cattle Rancher who owns one of the largest cattle farms in Walton County told Me that my ongoing efforts and hard work, for the last 5 years, in reducing the large coyote population around his Farm is the most important leg of his Business Model and has made it much more Profitable."
The good news is that we can show you how to dramatically improve the profit margin of your business. More calves living to maturity means more working capital and profit for you. Call me at 404-583-2378 and I will explain. Our Services could be TAX DEDUCTIBLE."
"WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR NUISANCE WILDLIFE ISSUES"
For a Professional Trapper to be able to persuade a Predator who runs at least a 5 mile circuit in the East to finally place his foot on a 2-3" pan and become captured is no easy feat. If it were, everyone could do it. Most give up due to frustration and lack of patience before they are consistently successful. One must possess a Passion for the occupation, a deep respect for the animal, patience, intelligence and above all be bulldog Relentless with a Never Give Up Attitude."
**** State Certified, Licensed and Insured****
"Licensed thru the ATF to Remove Beaver Dams. Beaver ponds hold back water which is the Primary Breeding Area for Zika and West Nile Virus carrying Mosquitoes"
"Did you know that the Modern equipment that Wildlife Operators use in the field today have been thru extensive testing by Federal and State Agencies? 1.2 Million dollars was spent on a Equipment Testing Program to Ensure that the Methods and Equipment used today are not only Humane as possible to Wildlife, Livestock and Domestic Animals but also safe to the General public."
"When you see a trapper on TV who shows off a captured coyote in a cage, he did not catch the predator in that cage. He trapped it in a foothold trap and it was then transferred to the cage for the Cameras."
"We give the landowner or property owner several options to remove nuisance wildlife. We can humanely trap them out in rural and suburban areas. I have also invested in the latest technology in rifles, Military Grade Armasight Thermal Scopes, Sig Sauer Suppressors and Subsonic .223 ammo for use in Rural properties. Please visit our Services page to see the Wildlife we can safely remove for you.
IN MY BLOG-"Beavers, West Nile and Zika Viruses"
IN MY BLOG-"RABIES, What You Need to Know"
"I encourage you to view our extensive slideshow above to see the type of work we do as well as some of the Nuisance Wildlife we can Remove. Hover over the large picture and you will see a play button. You can allow the pics to play automatically or you may click on the arrows on the right to view the pictures manually. Sit back and enjoy the show."
Wild canines carry many diseases communicable to pets and Humans. If you allow your dog to roam at will and he comes upon a coyote scat, he will roll in it. Coyotes have parasites in their intestines that lay eggs. These eggs are then passed with the scat. If your dog rolls in the scat, the eggs will stick to it's coat and he will bring them home. Then you or your children will pet the dog transferring the live eggs to your hands, nose, mouth. These are eggs of two different types of tapeworms called Taneia and Echinococcosis or Hydatid Tapeworm.Once inside a human host, these live eggs target the brain, lungs and liver.****I am providing this information because nearly all pet owners are ignorant of these life threatening diseases.****
Cystic echinocccosis (CE), also known as hydatid disease, is caused by infection with the larval stage of Echinococcus granulosus, a ~2-7 millimeter long tapeworm found in dogs (definitive host) and sheep, cattle, goats, and pigs (intermediate hosts). Although most infections in humans are asymptomatic, CE causes harmful, slowly enlarging cysts in the liver, lungs, and other organs that often grow unnoticed and neglected for years.
Alveolar echinococcosis (AE) disease is caused by infection with the larval stage of Echinococcus multilocularis, a ~1-4 millimeter long tapeworm found in foxes, coyotes, and dogs (definitive hosts). Small rodents are intermediate hosts for E. multilocularis. Cases of AE in animals in endemic areas are relatively common. AE poses a much greater health threat to people than CE, causing parasitic tumors that can form in the liver, lungs, brain, and other organs. If left untreated, AE can be fatal.
"Rabies Vector Animals such as Coyotes, Bobcats, Foxes, Raccoons, Skunks, Feral dogs and Cats should be handled very carefully after capture to prevent transmission of disease to the handler."