Welcome to Mole Patrol
Mole Patrol, LLC
Getting rid of moles can be a difficult task because they are elusive creatures that are active 24/7 every month of the year. During the dry summer conditions and cold winter conditions they will be more active deeper in the soil. When moles go deep to find earth worms they excavate more soil onto the turf.
Contacting Mole Patrol LLC to help take care of your mole problem is a great solution that will cause little to no harm to your lawn and landscape.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Breeding season is February – April, typically they give birth one time per year but some years they will breed more if food supply is abundant. The gestation period is 45 days.
3-5 mole pups are born to each breeding female.
Their primary food source are earthworms.
Moles eat about 70-100% of their body weight in earthworms each day.
Moles are found throughout the northern hemisphere except Ireland and the Arctic where the ground freezes solid during the winter.
Up to 150 feet!
There are many home remedies that have been suggested throughout the years to help control moles in a landscape, but these are very rarely effective. Suggestions like using chewing gum, pickle juice, broken glass, red pepper, razor blades and bleach can cause damage to your property. These methods can also be dangerous to your family and pets. The most effective mole control and management method is trapping and removal of the animals. Let Todd Olson of Mole Patrol LLC manage the issue for you.
Stopping moles from invading your landscape can seem like a hopeless task. As long as the soil around your home is soft and there is a food source (earth worms) for these mammals to eat you could have these pests digging tunnels under your lawn, your garden and your flower beds.
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