Rabbit Control Hertfordshire | Rabbit Trapping

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N-PEST | HERTFORDSHIRE

Call us today: 0800 020 9657

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RELIABLE TREATMENTS

BED BUGS, CLUSTER FLIES, COCKROACHES
FLEAS, HORNETS, LADYBIRDS, MOTHS, WASPS
GLIS GLIS, MICE, RATS, SQUIRRELS, FOXES, MINK
MOLES, PIGEONS & RABBITS.

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AGRICULTURAL PEST CONTROL

Flexible pest management plans
for your specific needs.

RABBIT CONTROL / RABBIT REMOVAL

HERTFORDSHIRE & BEDFORDSHIRE

RABBIT CONTROL HERTFORDSHIRE

Rabbit Control Hertfordshire – We provide rabbit control throughout Hertfordshire to rid you of rabbit infestations. Rabbits tend to eat almost any vegetation they can find, including grass, bulbs, bark, trees and also agricultural crops. It’s because of this that rabbits are predominantly an agricultural pest and rarely cause issues in domestic environments.

Rabbits breed rapidly and young female rabbits are capable of breeding from just 3-4 months and can produce litters of between 6-9 babies each time. If a rabbit infestation is not controlled, their numbers will likely increase drastically.

If you have a problem with rabbits and they are causing damage on your land, get in touch now for a free quotation. We offer one off pest control visits as well as pest maintenance plans to offer protection all year round.

PEST PROOFING

WE OFFER A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT PEST PROOFING MEASURES FOR THE HOME AND WORK-PLACE THAT CAN PREVENT OR REDUCE THE CHANCE OF RE-INFESTATION. THE NUMBER OF PROOFING MEASURES AVAILABLE AND THE TYPE DEPENDS ON THE PEST, ASK US ABOUT THE AVAILABLE PROOFING MEASURES WHEN YOU CALL.

RABBIT FACTS

  • COMMON SPECIES

    The European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is common throughout Hertfordshire and the rest of the UK. It has a body length of between 34 and 50 cm and a tail length of between 4 and 8 cm. The rabbit weighs between 1 and 2.5 kg and are a greyish/brown colour.

  • DIET

    Rabbits will eat almost all vegetation they can get hold of, this will include grass, weeds, plants, bulbs, bark, trees and also various agricultural crops.

  • HABITAT

    Rabbits live underground in burrows (rabbit holes) which when grouped together are called a warren. Rabbit warrens can be found almost anywhere the rabbit is able to dig but are typically found around the edges of fields, in hedgerows, meadows, forests, embankments, cliffs and grassland.

  • BEHAVIOUR

    Rabbits graze heavily and rapidly for roughly the first half hour of a grazing period, usually in the late afternoon. This is followed by about half an hour of more selective feeding, a time when the rabbit will excrete many hard fecal pellets.

  • ACTIVITY

    Rabbits are fairly active at night and also again at dawn, however if the rabbits are in a safe environment where they aren’t threatened they can remain outside for several hours. During these hours they will graze on nearby food at intervals.