moles

The moles are highly active this part of the year. Have you been successful in eradicating them and if so what did you use?
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On 12/27/2015 12:28 AM, badgolferman wrote:

Been years since I had them but phosphide based poisons in tunnels eliminated them. They work by giving off extremely poisonous phosphine gas.
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badgolferman wrote:

never interested in eradicating them (they play a useful role in the environment), but Ma requires they be kept out of the yard so when one wanders in i set up a Nash choker loop trap. usually have it caught within a few days.
this style of trap is not easy to set (you need fairly strong hands and you gotta be careful not to get your fingers in the wrong place when handling it), but when you do capture a mole you know it.
and if you are into skinning/tanning hides the trap deoesn't usually damage the skin so you can make something from them... super soft fur/hide.
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Cats.
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On Sun, 27 Dec 2015 10:32:26 -0500, "David L. Martel"

Just hire Jack Russell to do the job. A lot more effective than a lazy cat.
Actually a lazy jack russel is more effective than a hungry cat. Ever see a lazy Jack Russell?
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