Wild rabbits can decimate farmland crops. Rabbit burrows can also pose a threat to livestock who can break their legs in a rabbit hole.
Problems Caused by Rabbits
Rabbits can also damage trees by gnawing at the base of trees (known as ‘Ring Barking’) which leaves the trees more susceptible to disease and fungi.
Wild Rabbits also can destroy residential gardens by eating plants and decimating vegetable patches.
Rabbits can also cause problems of subsidence by damaging the trees that are used to hold together railway and motorway embankments.
Treatment of Rabbits
We use a integrated pest management system in dealing with pests.
We use Trapping, Shooting, Gassing and proofing.