What Do Moles Like To Eat

mole digging tunnel

There are many pests that can invade your yard and damage your landscaping and lawn, but none do the job as perfectly as the mole. Moles are insectivores, choosing to feed on mostly insects. They are commonly confused with rodents like mice and voles. Moles are generally around 6-8 inches long; they have soft brown to dark gray fur and long snouts that protrude about an inch. The most distinguishing feature of moles, however, is their oversized front feet that have paddle shaped hands and large… Continue

The Competition No One Talks About

mole control technician placing trap

You strategically place sprinklers around your property and put them on a timer to come on at just the right times of the day. Your neighbor down the street is out every day carefully watering his lush green lawn. You carefully trim the edges of your yard and mow with precise regularity. Your neighbor follows suit. You spend hard-earned money on mulch and flowers and pretty ornamentals. Your neighbor? The same! It seems like there is no winning this battle--until, one day, he goes on vacation… Continue

Moles Are A BIG Problem In The St. Louis Area.

rottler technician preparing mole trap

Are you seeing round, symmetrical, conical mounds in your yard that look like miniature volcanoes? Is the dirt nice and fluffy with occasional clods on top? Are some of these mounds more than a foot in diameter? If you answered yes to these questions then you, my friend, could have moles. Moles dig a series of living chambers and tunnels that connect them roughly 2 feet below the surface of the ground and push the excavated dirt to the surface in mole mounds, also called molehills. Continue

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