Rabbit in field© Rex
New legislation affecting the control of rabbits, rats and moles on farms is due to come into force in nine months. From 26 November, farmers and gamekeepers will need to hold a certificate of competence by law to use alumunium phosphides to control these pests in their burrows – even if they have had previous training in this area. The use of aluminium phosphide products, such as Talunex and Phostoxin, has long been governed and restricted. See also: Top 10 […]
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