Our Mole Catchers have been clearing a local equestrian centre in Berkshire who are suffering a lot of damage to the horse paddocks. There seems to be more moles than ever in the area at the moment which is keeping us busy on our contracts! Moles can dig around 18-20 meters of new tunnels each... Continue Reading →
Our Mole Catchers in Berkshire (Laura and Robin) have set up a mole clearance on a 77 acre equestrian centre in Berkshire. Approx 25 moles to be caught, so might take a week or two to catch them all.
Our Mole Catcher Robin went to this beautiful domestic property in Wantage Oxfordshire today, to survey a mole problem on the grounds. The property had some moles in the main lawns and flower beds, and the horse paddocks also had a lot of Mole Hills in. Robin was able to set traps while he was... Continue Reading →
This clients lawn has been severely damaged by a mole, this Mole has been active less than a month and has completely ruined 80% of the lawn. Moles are a very destructive pest which can cause costly damage to expensive machinery, or injury to livestock. The only way to get rid of moles without the... Continue Reading →
How to set a mole trap? Firstly decide what type of trap you are going to use? This will depend on the depth of the moles tunnel, how hard the ground is and if the ground is very stoney. For shallow mole tunnels I will always use a tunnel mole trap or "duffus" type trap,... Continue Reading →