Start Your Own Mole Catching Business
Few creatures can cause more frustration than the humble mole. Rarely seen yet making it’s presence all too well known, people will go to great lengths to get rid of this pest. There are so many means of control available, just look around the garden centres. Many of these techniques are either ineffective or simply persuade the mole to move into the garden next door.
There is only one effective solution to troublesome moles; that is to simply remove them. In agriculture the use of strychnine is no longer permitted, the use of phoshphine gas tablets is allowed but is of questionable effectiveness as it is dependant on ground conditions and extensivity of the mole’s tunnel network.
Removing the moles by trapping is a sure way of reducing their numbers. You can see exactly how many you have caught, whether it be one or two in a small garden or hundreds on large areas of badly infested farmland. It may be labour intensive but it does produce results and removes this pest from places where they cannot be tolerated.
Trapping moles requires the knowledge of how it should be done, the right tools and equipment and the perseverance to beat this sometimes resilient pest.
Many gardeners have a go at catching a mole, but so often they are unsuccessful. This can be due to the poor design and quality of the traps they use, not knowing where to set the traps and not knowing how to set the traps properly. Mastering these skills is all it takes to become successful. Trying repeatedly using the same traps and unrefined techniques will only lead to a slow improvement in success.
The ebook Mole Catching Guide – The Guide to Successful Trapping, spells out everything you need to know about catching moles easily. It tells you about the different traps and what makes a particular trap better than others. How to set the traps, where to set them, what to look for when looking at molehills – they are more than just mounds.
Not only does it tell you how to catch moles but also how to set about making a small business out of it. Using your newly aquired skills to go out and trap moles for money. How and where to advertise, who to target, and even how much to charge. The set up costs for getting started are low. A few hand tools is all you will need and as many traps as you think you might need, they are only a few pounds each.