Mole removal in Suffolk: get rid of moles fast

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We can help you get rid of moles

Moles present problems in may different scenarios, which means that the appropriate methods are needed to successfully get rid of moles. Pest ID will therefore complete a site survey before advising on the best method available to neutralise the problem.

It’s important to act quickly, as female moles can have up to six litters a year, so any delay can turn a minor nuisance into a major problem.


In an agricultural setting, moles can pose many risks to to crops, livestock and farm machinery.
The soil pushed up by moles often contains bacteria which can contaminate silage crops, significantly reducing yield.  The mole runs and hills can dislodge newly planted crops, which can also impact yield. In addition, mole hills encourage the growth of weeds which will compete with the crops and hamper their growth.
When moles are burrowing close to livestock, there’s a risk of livestock falling into the runs, injuring themselves injury. Cattle and sheep may also become infected with listeriosis from contaminated soil.
Then there’s the risk to machinery given that moles will often bring up stones to the surface which can damage machinery.