Rabbit Control and the Law
 
All farmers have a duty under law to keep the rabbit population under control on their own property. Until now, if a neighbour fails to do so and crops on an adjacent farm are at risk, any aggrieved farmers could apply to the Government for an order compelling the dispatch of the rabbits.
 
Anyone who ignored the order from Natural England would be liable to criminal prosecution.
 
Crops under threat are wheat, barley, oats, potatoes, carrots, turnips, swedes, onions, cabbage and broccoli.
 
***** Above quote is taken from The Natural England website, who for 60 years has intervened in disputes between farmers when rabbits destroy crops in neighbouring fields. The full article can be read at this link - Natural England's Government in Rabbit population row
 
 
Why is this a FREE service?
 
You may be wondering if this offer is too good to be true - we can absolutely assure you that there are no hidden costs or fees whatsoever. We are a small team of responsible, fully BASC insured ferreting and shooting enthusiasts who are more than happy to help solve your vermin problems. Our payment is being able to actively participate in the sport that we love.

By forming a team of trusted friends (mostly family members), we are able to call on each other to provide constant, effective pest control rather than if we were working the land individually (an issue which often puts land owners off free pest control offers).

Our teams primary focus is rabbit, but we also (on request) eradicate your fox, crow, pigeon, squirrel & rat problems.

                 
           
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