The humble mole (talpa europaea) has had a very successful past few years and numbers have rocketed. Other than the fact that they can do loads of damage to a bonnie lawn or park they are also responsible for pushing up harmful bacteria called Listeria. This bacteria is present in soil and when pushed up by moles it can have negative effects of crops and livestock.
The damage done by the tunnelling alone can also cause injury to cattle and dislodge newly plated seeds and crop. Moles can push up 12 hills in a day tunnelling for up to 4hrs a day and at a rate of 14 meters per hour. We happen to be experts in mole trapping and offer a quick effective service charged by the mole!! This way a customer only pays for what we have caught plus the small & fair initial callout fee.
Farmers get a reduced rate per mole!