I’ve noticed these little holes in my lawn, surrounded by dirt pilings. They are signs of either moles or voles. Since we live in Florida, where voles doesn’t usually burrow in, we probably have moles.
I’m told they are a real menace to lawns, and now I’m witnessing the damage they do, especially in my neighbor’s yard to the north. Some time ago they stopped watering and as a result their lawn isn’t rich and green as ours. They have a large area ten yards square where there are numerous holes. Now the moles have started scouting out our premises and the one to the south of us.
Moles eat worms and other insects, voles eat vegitation. I’m not an expert but the material I’m printing above will indicate we live too far south for voles. But with global freezing, anything is possible. The cooler weather up north may have forced the vols down south. As you will see, they look like field mice, with short tails and fat bodies, small eyes and covered over ears. They don’t see well above ground, but feel, smell and touch to see where they’re going. If you have voles and moles hapitating together, they use each other’s tunnels which can go 100 feet at a place.
There’s only one sure-fire way to survive
mole attacks in your yard ‘n garden…
Kill ‘Em Dead!
|If that’s not your “cup of tea”… if you just love the nasty little rodents… if you’re content with those dang pests invading your yard and messin’ it up… then what follows isn’t for you.
BUT if you’re ready to finally do something positive to control molesfor good, this may be the most helpful letter you’ll ever read…
Hi. My name’s Brooks Owen. (Folks around here call me “Grandpa.”) That’s me in the picture showin’ off my latest catch at my ranch near Battle Ground, Washington.
I hate to admit it, but for years there were more moles trashin’ my yard and garden than you could shake a stick at. Flower beds tore up. Dirt mounds were everywhere. Even chipped my mower blades runnin’ over them dadgum dirt piles.
If you’re havin’ mole invasions like that in your neck of the woods, I’ll share with you how I finally solved my mole problem once and for all by using a simple, sure-fire method.
Perhaps like you, over the years I’ve bought nearly every goofball “remedy” and tried every half baked idea that came down the pike. Such as…
thorny rose branches • broken glass • red pepper • bleach • moth
balls • human hair • castor oil • sonic blasters • mini-windmills
razor blades • chewing gum • pickle juice • vibrators
Beyond all those things, I’ve even tested…
harsh chemicals & explosives & poison bait & car exhaust
I gotta tell you, none of that hogwash worked. Never has. Never will. Next day, the pesky creatures come back. More mounds. More damage. Besides, it’s crazy to even have some of that stuff around because they’re unhealthy and hazardous to your kids and pets.
What’s more, poison baits, “secret” tonics and other such malarkey being peddled like snake oil off the back of a horse-drawn wagon can be dangerous and are cruel to the mole, to boot.
And so-called “remedies,” such as noxious potions and noise makers that may temporarily drive the unwelcome critters out of your yard into the neighbor’s, don’t address the real problem. The reality is, they’ll just creep on back to your place in a day or two and start drivin’ you nuts all over again.
Listen, you can’t just pound a couple of cute little windmills into the ground and the moles’ll be gone forever as if by magic. It won’t happen.
On the Other Hand…
…TRAPPING is the sure-fire and much safer way to get rid of ’em. And there’s a simple way to trap ’em a landscaper once showed me. A way that’s been proved effective time after time after time. He learned how from a couple of farmers and an old guy who takes care of the local golf course greens. I even got some pointers from the local cemetery caretaker.
Anyways, I want you to know that regardless of what you might think or have heard…
Trapping is a piece of cake. Really nuthin’
to it. It’s natural. And best of all, it’s final!
Truth be told, it’s the approved humane and ecologically sound method. Why? Because it’s quick, reliable and certainly more merciful than slow acting poisons.
Based on my 27 years experience I’ve proved that trapping is the only positive solution. And, if I do say so myself, I’ve gotten pretty dang good at it. What’s more, I even taught my 12-year-old granddaughter, Alex, all my “tricks of the trade.” Then she went right out in the field and caught two of ’em in no time at all. All by her little self.
One thing’s for sure… if she can do it, you can do it!
Fact is, this technique of natural mole removal is as easy as falling off a horse backwards once you learn the right way. Believe me, you’re gonna to grin from ear-to-ear when you take action against those nasty little rodents once and for all. I know I did, for sure.
…I wrote down all the vital know-how I’ve amassed over the years and put everything into a handy-dandy manual that I cleverly call Grandpa’s Ultimate Mole Attack Survival Guide. In it you’ll discover every detail of my stealth-like trapping technique.
The guide reveals the why, what, when, where and how. All the important stuff you gotta have in your battle-ready arsenal to win the war against these bad boys. Everything’s explained, clear as a fresh-washed window. Step-by-easy-step.
Does it work?
You betcha it does!
And the icing on the cake is, you’ll even save a tidy $25.00 to $50.00 per mole when you catch the varmints yourself instead of paying some professional mole trapper. More importantly, you’ll feel so good knowin’ you did it yourself!
Loaded up with text, photos and drawings, the 39-page guide teaches you…
|• after years of testing, which trap is the only one I now use, and why
• time-proven method to locate the ground mole’s main tunnel
• how to find exactly where to place the trap
• what to do to correctly position and set your trap
• when you should set your trap (yes, there’s a right and wrong time)
• how and where to set multiple traps, if need be
• how to dispose of your “catch” the environmentally correct and easiest way
• along with all kinds of pro-tips and little-known technique
Here’s the thing. If you’ve been tearing your hair out over moles destroying your lawn and garden, you’ll findGrandpa’s Ultimate Mole Attack Survival Guide as valuable as your wheelbarrow. (And near as valuable as your spouse!)
OK, I know all that may sound like a bunch of shameless “advertising bullstuff.” (Which, by the way, I detest ’bout as much as you do.) But there’s acres of proof behind what I’m telling you. And I truly don’t know how else to say it. When you get the guide, you’ll learn exactly how to fix your mole problem. Once and for all. Everything’s spelled out. It’s easy to read. Easy to follow. I promise.
Now think about this…
At this very moment, moles are silently working beneath your yard. Plotting to pop up more mounds of dirt all over the place. So, as I see it, you’ve got three ways to go.
1. You can keep on doin’ whatever you’ve been doin’ to get rid of the critters ’til the cows come home. (It won’t do any good, but you can keep spinning your wheels if you’re havin’ fun.)
2. You can ignore the problem, if you like the moonscape look. Or,
3. You can take sensible mole control action like I and the pros do. Kill ’em dead!
So if you’re finally ready to get rid of moles for good, then
Here’s How You Can…
…own a copy of Grandpa’s Ultimate Mole Attack Survival Guide right now. Nuthin’ to it. Click here to download the guide using safe ‘n secure PayPal. Then just follow a couple of easy download steps and it’ll arrive directly to your computer quicker’n a bunny after clover.
And you’ll love that it’s flat-out cheap at only 7 bucks. That way you can learn all the proved “die-and-goodbye” tips, tricks, techniques and strategies for less than a bag of good chicken feed.
Right now you may be asking, “what if I try it and it don’t work for me?”
No worries. Simply tell me and your payment will be returned to you pronto. Yep, your money back. Anytime. No questions. No baloney. What’s more, you can even keep the guide as my gift just for learnin’ how to trap moles! The way I figger it is, if this ain’t for you, why pay for it?
So you see, you’ve nuthin’ to lose. BUT you have the very best shot possible at taking back your beautiful yard. You got my word on it.
Now go on out and trap a dadgum mole. (Imagine how happy you’ll feel with all them nasty little rodents gone!)
Yours for a mole-free yard,