Voles have you vexed? They target plants more than most other small animals as they dine and burrow in your property. Voles will readily eat the bark of small trees and ground cover killing young plants and destroying trees or other shrubs. Voles love to eat succulent root systems and will burrow under plants or ground cover. Bulbs in the ground are another favorite target for voles.
Vole populations can rapidly grow from one or two to many within a very short period of time. Since litters average 5-10 young, a single pregnant vole in the yard can become 50 or more in less than a year!
Voles are mean.
Since voles will commonly use burrows with many exit holes, they can be mistaken for mice, gophers or shrews. Voles can create and will often times utilize old abandoned mole tunnels. Like shrews they will eat dead animals and like mice or rats, they can live on most any nut or fruit.
Solve your pest problem today! Get a Molecat!
(1) MOLECAT® Unit with Firing Barrel
(10) BLANK Extermination Cartridges
(10) Scent Free Bags
(1) Cartridge Punch
(1) Stainless Steel Anchor
Instructions/Warranty packed inside a heavy duty Storage Case
MOLECAT features include:
Do-it-yourself convenience, easy set-up, no destructive digging, it is reloadable and re-useable, and chemical-free.
Preparing armed unit for moles –
Place entire MOLECAT unit in a Scent-Free bag. Our scent-free bags prevent the odor of flashpowder and human scent when inserted into hole as unusual odors will discourage moles from revisiting the hole. Stir the Trigger end of MOLECAT in the loose dirt to help remove scent that may be on the bag.
After the unit has fired –
Most of the time you will not see the dead mole as the pressure expelled during the blast pushes the pest back into its tunnel system. Leaving the dead mole in the hole will help repel other moles from moving in.