There are many different ways to manage moles that are invading your yard. We have over 35 years of experience helping homeowners manage and minimize the damage caused by aggressive mole problems.
One of the most important things you need to understand about moles is the habit of a mole’s tunneling. When you understand how and why moles dig their tunnels you’ll develop a sixth sense for anticipating your prey and setting traps accordingly. Moles excavate complex tunnel systems, but we can distill the madness into two basic types – shallow and deep – each made in the pursuit of food.
Facts about Moles
- Every year a female mole can produce a litter with up to 6 babies.
- Home remedies that have proven unsuccessful include; chewing gum, moth balls, gasoline, water hoses, poison peanuts, and vibrating yard stakes.
- Moles mainly eat earthworms and grubs so surface action does nothing to prevent their presence.
- Though they are not harmful, one major issue with moles is their huge appetite, which creates a path of destruction while looking for it next meal.
- One mole can cause $$$ of destruction to the average sized yard.