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Moles and cattle don't mix

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Although not much bigger than a mouse, moles cause an in-proportionate amount of damage, not only to gardens and lawns but also to agricultural land. In arable fields this can cause a reduction in yield for the farmer, however a bigger problem is when the tunnels left by moles make the ground unstable and liable to collapse underfoot (or hoof). When this happens it can often cause injury to the livestock in the field, be it cattle, sheep or even horses.

Control Services are often called to deal with moles in fields and paddocks throughout West Berkshire and North Hampshire.

We offer cost effective mole solutions from a one off purge to regular planned management of problem areas.

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