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Mole Removal Services
Baker's Best Raccoon Bait

MOLE REMOVAL SERVICES
Metro Detroit Area Only

$350.00

Included
Start-up Inspection and Trap Set-Up
(We Use Unseen Traps Only)
Removal of Dead Moles for 14 days
(We Do Not Use Pesticides !)
30 Day Guarantee - Sometimes Longer...

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General Information

Over the years we have tried many different
resolutions  and we believe that trapping is the
most effective solution to mole problems. One  
percent of our overall business is attributed to
this frustrating animal. We have designed an
approach using a  technique that allow us to be
very successful at solving mole problems. Most
of the techniques we use require an intensive
knowledge of the mole.

Most moles never really come to the surface,
although they do leave their signs in the form of
tunnels and mounds. This damage is created in
a mole’s relentless pursuit of food...primarily
earthworms.

Moles are insectivores, obtaining essentially all
of their dietary needs from these creatures. In
the process of hunting, moles can tunnel up to
100 feet per day, causing extensive lawn and
landscape damage.


For the most part, mole activity is directly
proportional to the availability of its food
source, primarily earthworms. Thus, the timing,
severity and location of this activity is directly
influenced by those factors affecting the
abundance of earthworms. These factors
include both environments conditions, as well
as, topographical variations.

Environmental Conditions

Since moles follow their food source, they seem
to disappear if worms move to other areas. This
is especially true during very dry conditions.
During these times worms will go deeper in the
soil following moisture.

Correspondingly, mole will follow deeper
underground. This can give the impression that
a mole has left the area. But as soon as the soil
conditions change, they will return to their
tunnel systems as long as the worm return.

Topographical Variation

Properties adjacent to wooded areas, fields and
other fertile hunting grounds are susceptible to
“reoccupation”. “Reoccupation” occurs when a
new mole moves into an area that has become
inactive.

Hopefully you don’t have a mole problem this
year, but if you do, just remember Trapper Ron
is here to help.
Mole Facts

 Moles have an incredibly high
metabolism. This means they
have an insatiable appetite and
are always on the lookout for food.

 They Consume 80% to 100% of
their body weight every day.

 Mole do not hibernate and are
active year-round.

 Moles live their lives
underground, rarely coming to the
surface.

 Life span - 2 to 3 years

 Moles can create up to 100
feet of new tunnels each day.

 Moles are anti-social and do
not coexist in the same tunnel
systems.