It is the law that within England, you must keep any rabbit populations on your land in check.
Easy ways of spotting whether you have rabbits living on your lad include checking for clean cut marks on leaves and plant stems and looking out for their small, round droppings.
Rabbits don't like to travel too far for their meals and will usually feed close to their burrows. This means that when you see them, they will usually be living close by.
Female rabbits can produce young between 2 and 6 times a year, with each litter containing between 2 and 6 young. The term "breeding like rabbits" isn't an underestimation. To this length, it is vital that if you see signs of rabbits, you should get them in check.
There are a number of ways to clear your land of a rabbit infestation. In all cases Pest Busters East Kent try to use traditional and poison-free methods.
The traditional method to combat any rabbit population is to use ferrets. We have an exceptionally adept and well bred team that will help you to clear any rabbit problems.
In a worst case scenario, or should the ferrets fail to clear all the rabbits, we are also licenced to use gas.