Talk with the farmer who owns the corn field. He'll almost
certainly want to work with you on this.
Eliminating rabbits is a never-ending quest. They breed
faster than you can kill them - Just ask an Australian.
An Aussie told me that it was not unusal for farmers
to kill a few hundred rabbits a night. In OZ, you
need a license to kill kangaroos and you can't sell
the carcass to a slaughter house unless you shot the
roo in the head. But nobody cares how you kill a
While trapping may provide you with food and pelts, it
will not make much of a dent in the population. Also
if you are in North America, rabbits usually carry a
virus and you need several days with a high temp below
freezing before you kill them for food.
I had a neighbor who had two very well-trained
Dobermans who would not cross where an electric fence
once was. It was not unusual to find dead rabbits
in his yard in the morning. One morning there was
a very young deer dead in his yard.
To me at least, rabbits are a justification for
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