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4081 Michigan moles trapped in 2017

January 16th, 2018 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

For 2017 we trapped 4,081 moles.  We set traps in 48,523 different tunnels and performed 14,512 services.  2017 was our third highest season for trapping moles, and brings our total to 31,175 moles trapped since 2010.


Mole in the snow

December 29th, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

Adam couldn’t leave his work behind for the week off. He found this guy making snow angels.


Throwback Thursday

December 21st, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

What was Nissan thinking when they made the cube?  It looks a lot better with some color and a mole on the roof!


Thowback Thursday

December 14th, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

Throwback Thursday.  6 years ago we enclosed a stall in pole barn to add more office space.  Nathan and Sam cleaned up the construction dust.  Yesterday Nathan once again wiped down those same shelves and cleaned off 6 years of dust, coffee stains, and deceased lady bugs circuit 2013.


The move has begun

December 6th, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

The move has begun.  It is kind of sad since in the mid 1980’s I helped build our current barn as a teenager.  When Tuff Turf started in 1994, I rented the space and I helped build an addition to accommodate my one vehicle.  It was not until 1999 that I purchased the house and barn and had the luxury of living where I worked.  Now that we are clearing out the shop, I realize I have worked out of the same building for over 30 years!   I also am coming to the realization that I now have to drive to work again, and I have accumulated a lot of junk!

 


December Facebook Winner

December 1st, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

Congratulations Cathy Flier for winning this month’s Facebook drawing for a free Vole Repellent in the foundational landscape beds. Each month we give away a free service to one of our likes. No purchase is necessary, and you don’t have to be an active client. Congrats Cathy!


Fall Mowing Tips

November 14th, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

Mulching your leaves saves back breaking work and can be a source of valuable nutrients for you lawn and landscape. However, it can also cause more harm than good if done improperly. The key is to get the leaves small enough to break down naturally without creating too deep a layer that can suffocate turf. This process may require mowing more than once per week at the highest level your mower can be set at. A sharp blade will also help mince leaves without bogging your mower down.

Watch this short video by MSU extension service.  https://youtu.be/os-EFAPLcP0


Lab-Raised Mosquitoes

November 12th, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

West Nile Virus in West Michigan

November 1st, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

moles fighting

October 12th, 2017 by Tuff Turf Molebusters

Nice video of 2 moles fighting…or mating?  We don’t know the difference because we would’ve put our foot down on this behavior.   Literally.