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Moles and cattle don't mix

By Pest Control Services - 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...


By Pest Control Services - Monday, February 24, 2014

Pest Control is full of surprises, most of those are when a totally different pest to the one expected or reported by the client is found. The most frequent of these is mice that turn out to be rats or even squirrels! Occasionally, in summer,...

Moles Continue To Destroy Lawns

By Pest Control Services - Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Now that the worst of the recent flooding is subsiding moles are happily carrying on doing what they do best – searching the soil under lawns for worms. The wet ground means that the worms are generally near the surface and as such moles are...

Rat in the kitchen (and not UB40!)

By Pest Control Services - Monday, January 13, 2014

We took a call from a distressed client who had seen a rat at the back of a kitchen cupboard. This type of call is always given priority, so we attended promptly and carried out a full survey of the property. Unfortunately there was evidence...

Wet Weather Has Moles On The Move

By Pest Control Services - Thursday, January 09, 2014

The continuing rain means that moles are moving into lawns as they search for their primary food source -earthworms.

As the ground is wet, the worms and thus the moles are close to the surface and so likely to cause a lot of damage to...

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