From their site: “Coyote Urine, Fox Urine, Bobcat Urine, Raccoon Urine, Mt. Lion Urine, Cougar Urine, Panther Urine, Wolf Urine, Bear Urine, Whitetail Deer Urine, Whitetail Doe in Heat Urine, Whitetail Buck in Rut Urine, Moose Urine, Rabbit Scent, Squirrel Scent, Skunk Scent…”
I’ve read that a lot of predators absolutely detest the smell of human urine and will avoid it. Although I’d imagine if an animal hasn’t had a bite to eat in a few days, just the scent probably isn’t going to be enough to keep ’em away.
I read this article a few weeks ago. I wish I had thought about this when I was in college, as some of the houses I lived in were so poorly insulated you could feel draft come straight through the window and ruffle the bed sheets.
(Okay, maybe it wasn’t quite that bad… but still!)
There are two easy ways to open a can of food without a can opener. My wife didn’t believe me when I told her this would work.
The first way is to rub the top of the can in a circular motion against a piece of rough concrete (like a parking bumper or even a strip of sidewalk). However– it makes a lot of noise, and in a SHTF scenario I don’t like the idea of eing outside broadcasting to everybody around that I’ve got a can of food.
In a perfect world, you’d have a can opener on your knife or keychain.
But what if you don’t?
This method makes a lot more sense that the concrete method:
Now that we’re up and running with our six chickens (and we’ve started to get eggs… yea!!) I’ve begun to think about raising rabbits. Here’s an interesting video about breeding and raising New Zealand white rabbits for meat: