Sometimes it helps to have a little luck. Our single mole control trap caught two Michigan moles!
We just trapped our 10,000 mole! While we have been busting moles prior to 2000, we did not start keeping count of the moles we trap until 2005.
We have officially killed our first mole of the year. We are hoping to break another record this year.
Our traps have all been pulled from the ground. We ended up trapping 1787 moles this year. This is less than 2010, but we did not have the carbon monoxide gasser in 2010. We used our gasser a lot and have been very happy with the results.
We have have trapped over 1000 moles for this season. We currently are trapping about 100 each week.
Carbon Monoxide to be more specific. We purchased a carbon monoxide compressor. We can inject Carbon Monoxide into the ground at 120 psi per injector at 4 different injection locations. The compressor will fill a 200 foot long mole tunnel with Carbon Monoxide in seconds. Any mole or vole in those tunnels will die within seconds. The gas will travel a couple hundred feet into any tunnels in the surrounding area that is connected to the tunnels in your lawn.
Existing mole clients can look for their mole renewal in their email yesterday or mailbox early next week.
We found 3 frozen moles in traps under the snow. That is a good way to preserve them!
We ended 2010 with a record number of trapped moles. We caught 1953 Michigan moles! The snow needed to wait one more week and I think we could have hit 2000.