Meet the EHP 'ratters'
At EHP diversity means not only humans, but animals work with us. Barn owls help control rats which eat our fruit, so we don't need to use poison. A pair of owls will eat 10 rats a night, just for fun. This was discovered by John Duckett, a British planter in Malaysia in the 19080s. We hatch & rear young owls, pair them up, build a house for them, then they live free in our plantations. Their hard work saves fruit, money & helps take better care of our soil. While this program declined from 2010-2015, it is growing again. Visit our plantation & you can meet the owls.