I shoot rabbits and the occasional roe on a farm relatively close to where I live. The roe are not really a problem to the farmer because the population is not huge, but there are significant numbers of rabbits, which I am slowly decreasing.
The land also contains one fox den that I know about, and there is always plenty of fox sign around. When lamping it's an unusual night if I don't come across at least one. Now, since the farmers main concern is the number of rabbits and the foxes will undoubtedly be taking out a fair number of these (along with the buzzards that nest on the land and the badgers) should the foxes just be left, or in the interests of wildlife diversity should some be removed? Up until now I've just left them alone and accepted the rabbit control assistance.
There are no sheep lambing on this land, and as far as I know no poultry are kept locally.