Posted by carpetfarmer on February 12, 2013 at 20:34:48 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: OT Moles posted by Ken/Wa on February 12, 2013 at 17:43:45:
My grandma has waged a full out war on moles, killing an average of 17 each year for the last several years. If you have the time, she says that if you can figure out when they are working, they work the same time every day. Once she figures out when they work, she meets them at the designated area and a) drowns them out with the garden hose or water can, b) digs them up with a garden spade, c) pours some ammonia down their run and suffocates them, or d) sets an old spring style trap. She has had significant luck with all four methods.
My great grandpa on the other hand, supposedly sat on his front porch with his shotgun and played a somewhat modified version of whac-a-mole.
Although it didn"t really work the best, last spring I was bored, so I put ol smokey to work for an hour or so...kept them at bay for a couple days but thats about it.
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