As natural habitats dwindle and boundaries blur, finding a suitable enclosure to protect orchards, vineyards and valuable landscaping from hungry deer and other grazers can be challenging. A grove of ripened fruit, a vineyard full of grapes, or even newly planted vegetation around your home may prove too tempting for deer to ignore. On the other hand, commercial deer farming has become one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. Raising deer and elk for game or consumption poses its own set of challenges when it comes to caring for these large animals. And, like any other animal type, specialty animal herds can also be vulnerable to intruders or escape. In either case, a property owner is concerned with keeping deer in – or out – of the area they are protecting. Even though the White Tail Deer has the astounding ability to jump, they’ll rarely take on an enclosure that doesn’t ensure a safe landing on the other side. In addition, their eyesight does not provide reliable depth perception, which further deters them from taking a giant leap, because they can’t be sure how high the fence in front of them might be.