Rabbit

Check the number of rabbits to gauge how many rabbit traps to purchase.
As rule of thumb the size of the rabbit population can be easily obtained by counting rabbits at the site of damage, during the daytime in heavily infested areas or at night, using a spotlight. Where feasible, the number
of rabbit traps used should be one half of the total number of rabbits counted. In glasshouses and allotments where only a few rabbits can cause considerable damage, a minimum of 6 rabbit traps should be used.

  • The trap man folding rabbit trap based on a traditional rabbit trap has a free falling door with addition lock that keeps the door secure once the trap is triggered. Many people prefer a free falling door over spring loaded as they can be set a lot more fine making them easier to trigger.

    It is constructed from heavy gauge square mesh that is electro plated after manufacture for a hard wearing long lasting finish.

    Ideal for pest controllers as take less storage room

    Key features

    • Free fall locking door
    • Tread plate setting
    • Top handle for easy carrying
    £33.59
  • The trap man pro rabbit trap has a spring loaded door with a locking bar that falls behind the door once triggered keeping the door securely fastened.

    The trap is triggered by the rabbit standing on the tread plate inside the cage which releases the spring loaded door.

    It is constructed from heavy gauge square mesh that is electro plated after manufacture for a hard wearing long lasting finish.

    £33.99
  • The trap man large rabbit trap is triggered by the rabbit standing on a treadle plate inside the trap that releases the door.

    Once the trap is triggered the door is locked by a spring loaded locking bar.

    The trap can be opened from the outside of the trap using the leaver on the side of the trap

    Key features

    • Spring loaded door
    • Treadle plate setting
    • Large top handle
    £59.99
  • The trap man standard rabbit trap based on a traditional rabbit trap has a free falling door with addition lock the keep the door secure once trap is triggered. May people prefer a free falling door over spring loaded as they can be set a lot more fine making them easier to trigger.

    The trap is triggered by the rabbit standing on the tread plate inside the cage which releases the free fall door.

    It is constructed from heavy gauge square mesh that is electro plated after manufacture for a hard wearing long lasting rust resistant finish.

    Key features

    • Free falling locking door
    • Tread plate setting
    • Top handle for easy carrying
    £33.99