We’ve already caught 28 moles this year. How many do you think we can catch in 2020?
Happy 25th Birthday to Tuff Turf Molebusters! January 24, 1994 was the day Jim Zylstra incorporated Tuff Turf. In 2000, Tuff Turf puchased a mole trapping company named Molebusters and officially became Tuff Turf Molebusters. Jim had the unique idea to put a mole on the top of his truck in 2005. By the end of 2006, most of trucks were topped with moles. The bright green and orange color scheme came about in 2009 along with an updated logo featuring Digger the mole. Tuff Turf has continued to grow and in 2018 moved to the heart of Byron Center. Tuff Turf is proud to be celebrating 25 years in business!
A BIG thank you to all who contributed to our first ever toy drive. Tuff Turf Molebusters collected new toys for a wonderful local organization named Christmas4Fosters who distributes them to children awaiting placement in a foster home so they can receive a gift at Christmas. Merry Christmas!
Congratulations to Jay Nehls who won this month’s drawing. We will give you a free outdoor insect control application. Wasps are starting to swarm now and this service takes care of them. For more information on the service, go to http://www.tuffturfmolebusters.com/pest-solutions/wasps-spiders-ants/.
The Tuff Turf Molebusters team had a great time in the Cutlerville Days parade. The weather was beautiful!
We had to pull up a clien’ts property on Google Maps to show the lawn for aeration. What a surprise to see our aeration truck at the property!
Congratulations Ryan Erickson on winning this month’s drawing for a free outdoor pest solution application to your house. We will treat the outside of your house for wasps, spiders, ants, earwigs, and any other insect that nests outside of the house. Please contact us to schedule this service. This monthly drawing is only for fans of the TuffTurfMolebusters Facebook page.
What a difference a year makes. Remember the hot March of ’12? At this point last year we had fertilized 11,548,870 sq ft more than we have this year, and we did it with 25% fewer technicians. That converts to 265 acres.
Last spring and summer we complained about how hot and dry it was. Every day I was hoping to see cooler temperatures and rain in the forecast.