As we all know deer have the ability to jump over tall obstacles with graceful ease. But white-tail deer prefer not to jump; they would much rather go under or through a fence. And when pressured they often go through high tensile fences so height is not necessarily a good enough solution; the fence also needs to be very tight so we recommend an eight feet tall woven wire deer fence as the optimal choice for fencing out unwanted white tail deer.
Vineyards owners and farmers from New York to Virginia know the damage that Northern whitetail deer cause. Deer eat grapes and vines, but it’s especially problematic when vines are young and trying to get established. Read why deer fencing is your best defense against deer damage.