Rabbits were introduced from Europe to New Zealand in the 1800's as a game species, but rapidly became a serious pest, especially in Central Otago, the Mackenzie Basin, North Canterbury and Marlborough.
Where they occur in large numbers, rabbits compete with stock for grazing, threaten plant cover, and accelerate soil erosion. They also damage commercial crops and plantings of young trees. Rabbit populations are able to reach exceptionally high densities if they are not managed and their impact can be devastating.
Pest Go have numerous products that can help you with the eradication or control of Rabbits and Hares on your property.