Rabbit Control Oxfordshire
Rabbit Control Oxfordshire
Why should you have rabbit infestation treated? Rabbits carry fleas and disease which can be transmitted to your domestic rabbits. They cause damage to your plants and lawn by eating, digging and scratching.
On agricultural land 1 rabbit per hectare will decrease your production yield by 1% per rabbit left alive. Therefore it is easy to estimate the damage that can be caused by infestation.
Your Local Oxfordshire Rabbit Control Services
- Same Day and Next Day Rabbit Control Available.
- Local independent Rabbit Control specialists.
- Book time slots in advance.
- Competitive Rabbit Removal Prices.
- Covering North Oxfordshire, South Warwickshire, South Gloucestershire, The Cotswolds, Cherwell Area.
Remember: When you call for Rabbit Control you will speak to the Rabbit Control specialist not a call centre, give us time to remove our kit or leave a message – we will get straight back to you.
Alternatively, use our quick contact form below and we will contact you.
If you require urgent Rabbit treatment please let us know and we will get back to you ASAP.
What can you do before I treat the rabbit probles?
Try to locate the holes and clear any vegetation that may hide holes. You could also mark any holes with a cane or stick so that I can spot them easily.
What will I do to treat the rabbit problem?
Depending on the scale of infestation there are three options for the control of rabbits. Live trapping in special cages, in which the rabbit will be caught alive and then taken away to be quickly and humanly despatched. Ferreting which entails placing highly efficient ferrets in the rabbit holes until they are chased out and then humanely despatched. Finally, Phostoxin can be used if the infestation is quite heavy. Phostoxin tablets are placed in the runs and when they come into contact with moisture they release a gas called Aluminium Phosphide which is lethal to rabbits.
It is important to note that rabbits can generally be controlled but not completely eradicated and ongoing control is often needed.
What happens after treatment?
Aluminium Phosphide is a poison therefore the treated area should not be approached or interfered with for at least twenty four hours. Keep your domestic pets away from the area.
For an efficient, professional and fully insured Pest Control and Woodworm service please contact Derek on:
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Pest Control – Areas Covered
Chipping Norton, Eynsham, Burford, Woodstock, Kidlington, Charbury, Witney, Moreton-in-Marsh, Shipston-on-Stour, Oxford, Banbury and surrounding villages. Lechlade, Faringdon, Buckingham, Abingdon and surrounding villages.