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How to get rid of rabbits

Last post 31-08-2008 2:18 PM by Marge. 8 replies.

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  • 16/06/2005 10:07 PM
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    My father used to tell me of this way to get rid of rabbits. Obviously one needs a large pinch of salt. In the veg garden plagued with rabbits - find a brick and wrap it in lettuce, place on ground and sprinkle pepper on the top of the lettuce covered brick. Along hops Mr rabbit, he sees the lettuce and starts to eat it, the pepper sets off a terrific sneezing fit, then Mr rabbit gives one enormous sneeze and bangs his head down on the hard brick!! Which kills him outright! Well it will give you all a laugh anyway

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  • 18/06/2005 01:44 PM
    • ken69
    • Norfolk UK
    • 23 Nov 2004
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    I reckon they must be worse than deer.Same way to kill flies...two bricks...first catch your fly.

  • 15/07/2005 02:33 PM
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    [;)] This really made me laugh....

  • 15/11/2006 09:36 PM
    • Casey
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    Solve the food shortage problem and rid your garden of rabbits- Stage One- purchase shotgun....................................

  • 07/04/2008 07:52 PM
    • schol49
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    • 28 Aug 2005
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    Our Psycho Stonekiller Cat called Xena does the trick Cool 

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  • 20/04/2008 03:20 PM
    • Ariadne
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    • 05 Apr 2008
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    Psycho cats, headbanging rabbits.............wot crazy place is this site?????

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  • 20/04/2008 06:27 PM
    • Phot's-Moll
    • The sunny South coast.
    • 06 Jan 2007
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    This isn't crazy. Digger's inventions are crazy (in a good way) I don't have a problem with rabbits; pigeons however can be annoying. I like the pigeons, I just don't like them scoffing my veggies. (I like scoffing pigeons, preferably stuffed with fresh peas and served with new potatoes and a herb sauce)

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  • 28/08/2008 11:38 PM
    • James1664
    • UK
    • 28 Aug 2008
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    ooooh no.  Pigeon wrapped in bacon and then baked at a low temp in the oven in red wine is the best way to enjoy this pest!

    Rabbits - when I was at horticultural college, we used to plant trees and shrubs around our nursery fields that we knew rabbits wouldn't eat and that would tend to keep them at bay.  We also used to dig a trench and errect a proper rabbit fence (made of chicken wire).  This certainly kept them out, and if any got in, then it was rich picking for the BBQ!!

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  • 31/08/2008 02:18 PM
    • Marge
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    • 22 Jun 2008
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     My inner child wouldn't mind the odd wabbit in the gardenEmbarrassed

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