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Alternative use for Bone Sauce?

 
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I don't have much problem with deer - but only because I have an 8' fence surrounding my garden.   2 cattle panels stacked on top of each other.

However, I have been viewing the Bone Sauce for another reason.   I am wondering if it would be effective to prevent horses, goats, etc. from chewing on wood inside my barn.   At times I swear that I am raising termites not critters.

And even yet another use comes to mind, where mice, rats, possums, etc. chew to gain entry - would the bone sauce repel them?   Or be tasty to them.
 
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