Humane mole and vole trap
A humane tube trap for moles and voles.
Setting a trap
Look for a molehill. Before you start, we recommend you to trample all of the molehills down. Watch throughout the day or the next morning for those molehills that have been renewed and apply the traps just there. Dig of the soil and place the trap into the tunnel and make sure that the flaps continue alongside the corridor. Cover the trap with some upturned bucket or a piece of wood. You will never catch moles if you handle traps with your bare hands. You must wear gloves to avoid transferring your scent to the trap. Human scent is danger signal to moles. When the trap has finally caught the mole, remove the trap and mole. Keep setting a trap again, there is a possibility you have more than one mole in your garden. If you have not caught a mole after two days, try moving your trap to a new area.
Primarily it is a humane trap that capture the mole alive so it may be transported elsewhere. The trap is made of high quality and solid plastic, there are used zinc plated flaps without surface treatment. The product can be used over again.
- 45 pcs per transport carton
- transport carton size: 400 x 300 x 200 mm
- transport carton gross weight: 4,5 kg
- transport carton cubature: 0,024 m3
- 8 transport cartons per layer, 10 layers on the pallet = 80 cartons per pallet
- 3.600 pcs on the pallet
- size of the pallet: 120 x 80 x 215 cm
- pallet gross weight: 240 kg
- pallet cubature: 2,064m3