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Small mesh: Most garden fences are wire mesh. Chicken wire works best, as even baby bunnies cannot squeeze through its openings. Buried wire: Rabbits are capable of digging under most fences. It is important to bury your fence at least a foot to prevent rabbits from simply digging under it.
Fencing alone is usually not enough for keeping rabbits out of your garden. Your best bet is using a combination of exclusion methods and repellents by .
Use chicken wire with one-inch or smaller mesh. As shown in the illustration at the top of the page, fencing should be at least 2 feet high to prevent rabbits from jumping over. To keep them from burrowing under, bury at least 3 to 6 inches (the deeper the better) and bend the buried portion away from plantings.
Learn about the options available for fencing your garden and get tips for keeping the. It's also a good choice for small dogs, rabbits and other small pets.
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