White-tailed deer are plentiful in New Jersey and they are a marvelous animal to look at. A rotting deer carcass, on the other hand, can be quite the nightmare. Some state have taken measures to reduce the number of deer carcasses that are found along roads through more aggressive hunting laws, warning signs for drivers and promoting more cautious driving during seasons and times in which deer are more active. All of these measures may reduce the number of deer carcasses, but the problem is impossible to eliminate. The only real solution is proper removal and disposal.
Because the size of the animal is often related to the size of the stench, deer carcass removal can be quite a task. Dead deer removal is also a problem for more people than you would think. If it’s a problem for you, you understand exactly how big that problem is. Not only is dead deer removal in New Jersey a mess, but it is also very unsanitary and potential hazardous. Thankfully, All Stages Pest Control has a solution for you.
There are many issues involved with the process to safely remove dead deer in New Jersey. Safety is, of course, at the top of the list. While most (if not all) diseases that deer carry are not contagious to humans, handling of rotten and decaying meat is never a good idea unless you know what you are doing. Therefore, you should only pick up dead deer in NJ if you have been properly trained in how to handle the situation. Secondly, the job is just dirty. Let’s not pretend that this is a job that anyone enjoys. Any time someone has to deal with the eye-watering smell of a rotting animal it is not a good day. That being said, All Stages Pest Control hires only professionals and will not hesitate to solve your problem. While the job is not fun, it is a necessary part of the job. Our satisfaction doesn’t come in the form of the work, but in knowing that your problem is resolved.
Removal is just the tip of the iceberg. After the animal is removed from the problematic location, where do you dispose of it? Unfortunately, many people remove dead deer carcasses by putting them into a vehicle, driving them to a remote location and discarding the body. This may solve the problem of getting the animal off of your property, but it has just moved the problem to another location. Not only is this practice troublesome, but in many jurisdictions it is also illegal. Our professionals know the proper deer carcass removal and disposal techniques to truly solve the problem and not push it off onto someone else.
In summary, know that deer carcass removal is a big problem for New Jersey citizens. I truly hope that you are not someone that has to deal with this problem, but if you are you now have a solution. You could call a friend and formulate a plan. Get your rubber gloves and hold your breath for as long as you can. Throw the carcass in your truck and illegally dump it in a field. Or… you could pick up the phone and call All Stages Pest Control to handle the situation the right way. We have solved this same problem many times and we will make sure that the solution is efficient and non-invasive. We will be in and out in no time. Don’t make the mistake that so many people are making. Dead deer removal is quick, easy and affordable if you call the right people. So don’t waste any more time with that foul smell. Pick up the phone and call us today!