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Rabbits

Rabbits

Rabbits cause damage to lawns & plants by eating & scratching. They carry fleas and can transmit diseases to domestic rabbits.

In fact landowners are obliged by law to control rabbits n their land. An Order was made under Section One of the Pests Act 1954 by which England and Wales (except for the City of London, the Isles of Scilly and Skokholm Island) were declared a Rabbit Clearance Area. In this area, every occupier of land is responsible for destroying wild rabbits on his/her land or for taking steps to prevent them causing damage. This is a continuing obligation.

We provide a reliable rabbit control andrabbit fencing service all year round.

Moles

Moles

Mole hills are unsightly and disfigure lawns, playing fields, golf courses and pastures and make subsequent cultivation difficult. Sub soil on the surface including stones can damage cutters on mowers and harvesters. Mole excavations cause stunting of plants and crops, by disturbing roots or may kill young plants and can lead to deterioration of pasture and crops. Mole tunnels are also a hazard to walkers, runners and horses on rides or gallops and riders when the horse falls as the tunnel collapses.

There are no repellents, electronic or any other techniques to deter moles. Our mole controls involve up to date and old fashioned methods, depending which is considered 'appropriate', after a survey.

Fox proofing

Fox proofing

Infamous for their ingenuity in raiding rural hen houses foxes deserve their wily reputation and, with urban fox numbers growing, pet owners should never underestimate their intelligence or determination. Given the opportunity, a fox will happily kill any small domestic animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, ducks or poultry and may even prove something of a nuisance to a cat or small dog. Although there is no one single solution to fox problems, there are ways to minimise the potential threat to your pets.

We're happy to provide a full range of fox proofing solutions to help you protect your land, and livestock.

Mink

Mink

Mink was introduced to the UK from the United States in 1929, primarily to be bred for its fur. However, a large number of these captive animals escaped and quickly adapted to living in the British countryside.

Today, the mink population is well established across England, Scotland and Wales, but begin carnivores, they pose a significant threat to game birds, fish and poultry as well as other species indigenous to the UK.

We provide a full mink trapping and prevention service. Please contact us for more details.

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