Moles

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Moles are a nuisance pest that typically disrupt human activity and property by burrowing intricate tunnels throughout a property. These networks of tunnels can be vast, as moles spend nearly their entire lives digging and hunting for food, worms and insect larvae. A mole's tunnel network can destroy a yard or garden, as turf and other plants are disturbed during their digging. The mole's temporary tunnels are often visible above ground, and appear as convex lines on the ground surface. In agricultural applications, moles can threaten the crop yield due to the fact that their tunneling activity often destroys plant roots and disrupts irrigation systems in their path.

Mole Behavior and Facts

  • Moles eat between 70% and 100% of their body weight each day.
  • Moles are active during the daytime and nighttime, year round.
  • A mole can dig a near-surface tunnel at a rate of up to 12 inches per minute.
  • Female moles reproduce 1 or 2 times per year, giving birth to 3-6 pups each time.

Extreme Exterminating implements effective and thorough mole removal service. While treating your mole problem, we will work to assess the extent of the tunnel network and determine the best course of action to prevent future infestation on your property.

For more information about our mole extermination service, call or contact us today.