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Agouti Pest Control Rabbits

The Rabbit is one of our most familiar mammals and is widespread throughout the UK. They were introduced into Britain during the twelfth century and by the nineteenth century their numbers had increased dramatically - probably as a result of agricultural changes such as the introduction of crop rotation and the sowing of winter fodder crops.

Rabbits breed rapidly, with young females capable of breeding at 3-4 months of age, and producing up to 5 litters of 6-8 babies per time. Population explosions are inevitable if they are not controlled.

Rabbits will eat almost any vegetation taking young shoots close to cover and nibbling them down to approximately 10mm above the ground. They cause millions of pounds worth of damage to agricultural and horticultural land. They may also cause damage to managed woodlands, amenity, recreational and leisure facilities creating public health risks, and also undermine embankments, buildings and other structures.

An Agouti technician will employ various methods of control, all of which are legal and humane, ranging from traditional methods such as ferreting, trapping, long netting and shooting to more modern methods such as authorised fumigating with Aluminium Phosphide.

For your FREE Rabbit eradication assessment and quotation contact us today.

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Agouti Pest Control

Brook Lane, Doddinghurst
Essex, CM15 0RT
United Kingdom

Tel: 01277 824631
Mob: 07709 352974
Fax: 01277 824631
E: info@agoutipestcontrol.co.uk

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Agouti Pest Control Cover

  • Essex
  • Basildon
  • Billericay
  • Braintree
  • Brentwood
  • Chelmsford
  • Colchester
  • Grays
  • Loughton
  • Maldon
  • Rayleigh
  • Saffron Walden
  • Southend
  • Thurrock
  • Waltham Abbey
  • Witham

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