How to keep armadillos out of yard?

The following are some of the methods you can use to keep Armadillos out of your yard:

Buy a fence
Establish small exits at the burrows

Make your yard inhospitable for the Armadillo
Remove organisms in your soil that attract the Armadillo
Use of Mothballs
Trapping the Armadillos.

This effective method might sound strange, but you can always sprinkle cayenne pepper around your home, garden or farm to help prevent them from coming into your space. A couple more items to keep in mind: put up fencing or netting, trap the armadillo, get a dog, hire a professional, and bobcat or coy dog urine.

How to get rid of armadillos without harming them?

The armadillos are most likely digging holes in your lawn in search for food (aka insects and grubs).. Set up a Cage Trap. Setting up a live cage trap is an effective option for armadillos that have already made your yard a permanent home. Set up a Fence.

How to get rid of armadillos naturally?

The scent of mothballs also repels armadillos. Place mothballs around burrows as well as any areas you want to protect like your garden to stave off armadillos. Armadillos are also repelled by the scent of cayenne pepper. Shake cayenne pepper liberally around your yard to ward them off. You can also soak a rag in vinegar or ammonia and leave it near the burrow to repel armadillos.

How do you get rid of armadillos naturally?

To get rid of armadillos, set up a live trap, a large cage that humanely catches pests. Place it in an area where you’ve seen the armadillo crawl through, or near the hole of its burrow. Once you catch the armadillo, release it in a wooded area at least 5 miles from your home. To deter armadillos from returning, install a fence that begins at least 1 foot below the ground.

Do armadillos bite people or pets?

Yes, the armadillo can move along fairly quickly, in a hopping fashion, if need be. Armadillos will not bite people, or anything really. They have teensy tiny mouths with small pegs for teeth. Most people seem interested in the fact that armadillos can carry the human form of leprosy.