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Jay NE Ohio
Posted 2/11/2021 08:32 (#8823833)
Subject: Drone for bird control around dairy farm



northeastern Ohio
I am having a problem with starlings around my calf hutches. They are making a huge mess and eating a lot of feed. Has anyone used a drone to keep them away?

I found this ProHawk drone: https://bird-x.com/bird-products/drones/prohawk/

The website says that it can be programmed to automatically fly a course, emit sonic noises to scare the birds, and then return to base. It does not say how many flights it can do on a charge. No cost listed.

The drones I have seen need to be plugged in to recharge. I found this charging pad that is supposed to recharge your drone when it lands: https://newatlas.com/skysense-pad-charging-drone-lands/34592/

My drone knowledge is pretty limited. Can a regular "off the shelf" drone be programmed to run a course every hour and return to base? Are these charging pads common and is there a preferred brand?



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