We are the leading provider of fly grazing removal and horse removal services nationwide.
If you have a problem with people fly grazing a single horse or a herd of 20 horses on your land our affordable horse removal services is just what you need.
Of course, not all fly grazing is as a result of someone just deciding to use your land. It could be animals from a neighbouring farm have breached a fence. The reason for it though, doesn’t really matter. If you have tried without success to contact the owner of the animals to ask for them to be removed.
Who is liable for the health and safety of the animals?
Not only is the fly grazing depriving you of the use of your land, but is also possible that you as the land owner could be held accountable for the health and condition of the animal. This may also include any damage caused by them.
The Control of Horses Act has been introduced in May 2015 which means that you — (and us working on your behalf as your agents) have a clearly defined set of rules, we can use to provide an efficient and effective horse removal service.
How do I organise a Horse removal from my land?
In order to ensure that the horses are removed as quickly as possible for their welfare and protect your land you should:
- Call the local police station number and provide them a description of the horse. It may have just wandered off or even been stolen and reported missing.
- You will need to place abandonment notices in appropriate places where they can easily be seen. The owner has just four days to collect the horse.
- In the rare case of the horse not being reclaimed within the four days, we will supervise the collection of the animals by an Equine Collection team. Once the team has possession of the horses they will look after the horses for a short period of time before selling the horse.
If you need help to remove horses and stop fly grazing on your land, please contact us on this email address, or the phone number below.