Rabbits cause damage to crops, pasture, trees, hedges, banks or any works on land, especially when their numbers get out of control.
England (excluding the City of London and Isles of Scilly) was declared a rabbit clearance area under the Pests Act 1954.
It is therefore a legal requirement to control Rabbits on your land. If this is not possible you must stop them causing damage to adjoining crops by putting up rabbit proof fencing. If you don’t take action the Secretary of State for the Environment can enforce control and prosecute if this action is not taken.
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- Free telephone advice
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- Effective treatment methods
- Planned control programme
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