Rabbits are an introduced species that have become a pest in many rural and semi-rural areas of the country. Their prodigious breeding rate and extensive burrows often result in large areas of ground becoming unstable, which often leads to increased levels of soil erosion. They can also cause significant damage to crops, vegetable patches and gardens.
Pest control technicians will typically use fumigation or poisoned baits for populations of rabbits that have become pests on property. Heavy machinery can also be used to destroy warrens, particularly where large populations of rabbits have established themselves. It should be noted that fumigation is often a temporary solution, as other rabbits can later occupy an existing warren. A combination of methods is the often the most successful approach.
If there are rabbits in your area, follow these simple guidelines to limit their impact on your property:
Ensure that your family, livestock and any pets are not directly subject to any of the chemical control methods on your property.
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