Wild deer are widely distributed across Scotland, and in many places deer densities are rising. The Scottish Government and its agencies are keen to see local densities reduced to help reduce impacts on the natural heritage, forestry and agriculture. Many private sector owners are also keen to see wild deer densities reduced.
The key to population control is to calculate then deliver appropriate culls, and in particular female culls. This is a task which estates and private forest owners often find difficult to manage because of time constraints.
We offer a range of professional contracting services to our clients, with the emphasis on delivering targeted deer culls in a very cost-effective and sensitive manner in woodland settings, private sporting estates and agricultural land.