Answer: Rabbits can be real pests and are difficult to control. It also seems as though once there are rabbits there are soon after woodchucks and between them they will eat just about everything. Some gardeners report success using repellents, but in my experience the only effective control in the long run is a sturdy wire mesh fence.
To protect the corn, you can try the old fashioned remedy of a scarecrow, but the metallic bird scarer flash tape might work better. Unfortunately crows are tough to stop and bird netting won't do the trick.
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