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Moles – Voles

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BradT
With the sandy soil we have I use my trusty 725 to run 'em down. Those front tires are just the right width to squash their little diggings and the rear tires plant the little buggers permantently. Especially with my big (ah, well you get the idea) rear end on the seat cushion. Simplicity doesn't even need to sell an attachment for this to work

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Dutch
I don’t know what they are, but their tunnels and holes have really been aggravating me. First, I tried an insecticide to get rid of the grubs and other stuff that supposedly attracts them. Then I tried poisoning them, trapping them, and stabbing them. When none of that worked, I got aggressive. Tried to flood them out, blast them out, and smoke them out. Even tried propane gas and a home made napalm. They made me look like a fool. Then, I got an expert. Now every time I’m outside my expert brings me proof of her work.

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Al
Hi, Suggest you check out the movie Caddyshack for technical advice from Bill Murray on how to kill them, 9 years I took care of a 26 acre cemetary and later was in the golf car business. I know every person in that movie, only they all have aliases. I think it was so funny, cause I fought those furry little b______s too. Man could I relate. Nuff said, Al Eden

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Brent_Baumer
Can't see the feet on that animal but it looks like a Vole to me. Voles look like mice with a short tail. Moles have funny white, really wide front feet. I think your feline probably is the best solution though. It won't dig up your yard even more like a #@#! dog will. Brent

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