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evening everybody . thanks for all the tips on moles , i thought long and hard about this matter and came to the conclusion its time for the pub.

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Ha ha. Hope they all enjoyed hearing of your experiences in the pub. Maybe someone there will remember how their grandfather dealt with Moles.

20 Oct, 2012


I got the mole to leave my garden by puttin a cane with an empty drinks can on it into each molehill as it appears,
I successfully drove him out and into the ditch at the side.....never to return.......

20 Oct, 2012


thanks pamg . funny a few people have said that as well as childrens windmills , tried those and the wife was not happy as she said it looked like southend sea front so they had to come out . you have to keep the woman in your life happy

20 Oct, 2012


I read somewhere or saw it on the telly that badger or foxes poop in the holes drives the moles away as they are natural enemies and the scent warns the mole to steer clear, however I do not know whether it works Mark or even whether you fancy the idea of searching for some, lol...

20 Oct, 2012


hi lincs now your getting to the bottom of the problem

20 Oct, 2012


LOL, very polite way of putting it Snoop...

20 Oct, 2012


I went on a woodland walk with a naturalist once. Was disgusted how he picked up dried excrement with his bare hand and named the animal it had come from.
We are a squeamish lot !
There used to be a fox that came over the allotment field in the night, running up and down my path, leaving its excrement. I just flicked it onto the garden with my hoe.
If there are foxes about you can find it on the surface of grass areas.

21 Oct, 2012

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