|So your season is over and you are shutting down your fields and complex for the year. Don’t forget about your netting!
Many of you have net backstops, barrier netting to protect critical areas, batting cages, soft toss station netting, football, soccer and lacrosse end zone netting. If possible, retracting the netting for the off-season removes the stress from the poles and prevents inclement weather from damaging your nets. But just as dangerous in the late fall and winter is the possibility while in storage that mice and rabbits using pieces of your net for building their winter nests. Yes, it is time for that annual battle of mice and man.
There are several ways to help protect your nets from rodents during the offseason… Continue reading these off-season tips from Paul Zwaska on Ballfields.com.