Dried blood, available at garden centers and nurseries, is often used as an animal repellent, though its effectiveness is somewhat limited, especially if rain or water dilutes the dried material. Most dried blood is collected from slaughter houses. Homeowners are encouraged NOT to collect and dry animal blood for their own use
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