Animal & Equine
Fly Grazing and Equine Removal (Abandoned Horse Removal)
The problem of fly-grazing horses often presents landowners with an issue that on the surface can seem very problematic to resolve. Often there is an element of misinformation regarding the correct procedure and route for tackling this problem. As one of the UK’s leading providers of animal & equine removal services, GRC Group has been instrumental in the establishment of The Control of Horses Act 2015 along with helping many local authorities and government agencies to draw up protocols for the handling of fly-grazing horses. GRC Group takes pride in having an excellent record of successfully seizures and since our formation, GRC has been responsible for the removal of many thousands of horses from client’s land. Offering a range of options for handling the problem of Fly-grazing horses, the approach can be tailored to the client’s needs, budget, and timescales. One of the most effective routes available to our clients is the service of our GRC warning notices, these have a 90% success rate and allow the GRC Equine team to assess the site and horses in the event a seizure is required.
Operating under the Animals Act 1971 as amended by the Control of Horses Act 2015, our service includes the following:
Following a seizure, the GRC Equine & Security teams can also advise effective measures to help prevent a repeat occurrence in the future. Working alongside the National Farmers Union (NFU) GRC Group are the primary service provider to farmers and many local authorities across England & Wales.