Mole Control

If moles are turning your healthy lawn into an unsightly mess, I am  here to help.

Why are moles considered to be a pest?

Moles are considered agricultural pests in the UK. Problems cited as caused by moles include contamination of silage with soil particles, making it unpalatable to livestock, the covering of pasture with fresh soil reducing its size and yield, damage to agricultural machinery by the exposure of stones, damage to young plants through disturbance of the soil, weed invasion of pasture through exposure of freshly tilled soil, and damage to drainage systems and watercourses.

How do moles damage a lawn?

Moles burrow and raise soil into molehills, killing parts of lawns. They can undermine plant roots, indirectly causing damage or death. Moles do not eat plant roots.

How do you control moles?

I only use humane traps for moles.

If you would like to discuss your concerns regarding mole activity or would like to learn more about mole control, please contact me through the online enquiry form or telephone 07946 738333‬.

I can tackle a wide range of pest problems

I can control and manage wildlife without the need to use any harmful poisons or chemicals in turn this makes my pest control practices environmentally friendly and ethical.

All my pest control is only aimed at the pests that are to be dealt with, so there is no impact on non-pest species or the environment they live in.

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Areas Covered

Based near Banbury, I provide my pest control and deer management services across the following areas and beyond: 

Oxfordshire

Warwickshire

Northamptonshire

If you would like to discuss your pest control requirements:

RC Pest Control & Deer Management across Oxon, Warks & Northants