Damage from rabbits can result from both digging and feeding activities. In extreme cases of damage from digging, rabbit burrows can undermine embankments and structures resulting in collapse.
Feeding damage by rabbits can be identified from shoots and leaves which are bitten off squarely: twigs are cut with a clean sloping cut.
Rabbits can also damage and kill newly planted or even fairly mature shrubs and trees by damaging leading shoots and stripping bark.
We think that the control of wild rabbits is very important and necessary.Below are an example of the control methods that we specialise in:
- Wire Netting Fences
- Electric Fencing
- Tree Guards
Rabbits are not a health risk. they damage crops by grazing, undermine embankments they burrow and scrap grassed areas i.e. golf courses parks etc.
Please contact us for more information.