Around this time of year, we have plenty of garden jobs rolling in. These are usually as result of rabbits digging in the lawn, destroying plants, or both. A job may also pop up where the owner of a property is worried that rabbits may cause subsidence issues. We know rabbits are prolific breeders and what is a small population in the winter can soon proliferate to what seems like a plague to a property owner come the summer. It does not take many rabbits to wreck a garden.
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