Bird•B•Gone is a leading manufacturer of bird deterrents and is dedicated to solving pest bird problems. The business of Bird Control is constantly changing and is loaded with products and services with varied successes as bird barriers. Because Bird-B-Gone is only involved with bird control, it is our business to stay on top of this evolution and provide our customers only the best in products, including bird spikes, bird wire, bird netting, bird repellers, bird gel and more.
In the 1960s, Don Gilbert pioneered the industrial use of insect light traps (initially in the food and pharmaceutical industries) increasing fly control, aiding the pest management industry's move to more judicious use of chemical methods. These pioneering efforts were so successful that...
Midwest Industrial Supply, Inc. offers a complete line of dust control, soil stabilization, anti-icing and de-icing products and application systems. Our products and systems are designed for superior performance, and thoroughly tested in the field, our in-house laboratory, and through extensive...
Dow AgroSciences offers a comprehensive portfolio of turf and ornamental products that are proven to perform. Using our proven solutions will help you prevent lawn, golf course, landscape ornamental and nursery problems before they become problems.
Bird-B-Gone’s bird spikes keep larger pest birds like pigeons and gulls from landing and roosting on flat or curved surfaces. Our bird spikes come in two foot sections for easy installation, and are sold 50 feet per box. They are available in a variety of sizes including super wide 8”. We... Read more
Bird Netting is used as a physical bird barrier to prevent birds from landing, roosting or nesting in unwanted areas. Bird Net 2000™ is the most efficient and effective method for 100% bird exclusion and is the #1 bird net specified by architects and government agencies. Bird Net 2000 from... Read more
Electric Track. Bird-B-Gone electric track bird deterrent systems are low profile bird deterrents used to prevent birds from landing or nesting in unwanted areas. The unique electrically charged tracks give birds a mild electrical shock when they land on the tracks surface. The shock will not... Read more