Rabbits are one of the major wildlife pests in the UK. They may look cute but they affect farms and agricultural fields, forests, orchards, sports fields and public and industrial areas. They also spread disease to humans and other animals. It is a legal requirement to control them. They mainly eat grass and leafy plants, but will also munch through bulbs and twigs.
A live rabbit trap is the only practical method of control for the homeowner to use and he or she must be prepared to kill the rabbit humanely after capture.