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Pest Control - Rabbits

A rabbit or rodent population left without an effective method of control can withstand a high mortality rate from natural causes and will completely devastate an area unless a controlled programme is introduced using the knowledge and understanding of their biology, habits and lifestyle.

It is not necessary for our specially trained predators to actually catch or kill their prey in order to persuade the nuisance species to go elsewhere as their mere presence in the vicinity will often be sufficient.

Conservation Status: Rabbits become sexually mature after just four months and breed rapidly, so they can readily replace themselves. The introduction of the disease myxamatosis into the rabbit population in the 1950's put a temporary reduction on the rabbit population. However, in the past 20 years or so, Rabbit populations are increasing as they are becoming immune to the myxomatosis virus.   Widespread resistance to the disease has resulted in greater numbers being seen across the country - in many places back up to 1950's levels.

Landowners have a legal obligation to control vermin on their land.

PEST CONTROL THE WAY NATURE INTENDED

 
 

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