Professional Mexico Mole Control & Trapping

 

  • Serving Mexico for 18+ Years
  • 100+ 5 Star Reviews
  • 10,000+ Moles Trapped Annually
  • Poison-Free, Pet & Family Safe

Kelly’s Wildlife Control – Your Expert in Mole Removal in Mexico

At Kelly’s Wildlife Control, we specialize in comprehensive mole control services in Mexico and the surrounding communities in Mid-Missouri. With nearly two decades of experience and tens of thousands of moles successfully removed, we provide quick results with our efficient trapping methods. Explore our expertise in dealing with these annoying creatures and learn why our mole control services are the most recommended in the area.

Why Choose Kelly’s for Mexico, MO Mole Control

Our Proven Mexico Mole Trapping Process

Professional Evaluations

At Kelly’s Wildlife Control, we understand that effectiveness and efficiency are key in wildlife removal. Our ongoing trapping program is designed to ensure your lawn is in tip-top shape. We perform weekly visits while traps are present on your property to inspect and adjust traps across your yard while continually monitoring for new mole activity. This hands-on approach allows us to adapt quickly and effectively to new mole invasion.

Long-Term Results, Not Just Quick Fixes

Unlike methods such as poisons, repellants, and gassing (which may offer immediate but short-lived results), our trapping technique provides a long-term solution to your mole problem. We prioritize the safety of our Jefferson City and Columbia communities, and the effectiveness of our services which gives you peace of mind and a mole-free yard.

How Much Does It Cost for Mole Control Near Me?

Our mole trapping and removal program provides you the peace of mind that moles are removed for good, leaving your yard mole-free.
• Low Monthly Fee
• Weekly Trap Evaluations
• Per-Mole Pricing Also Available

Understanding Moles: What You Need to Know

Unique Mole Behavior and Appearance

Mole Behavior

Moles are solitary creatures and are often misunderstood due to their hidden lifestyle. Despite popular belief, moles are not blind; they possess small eyes capable of sensing light. Their bodies are adapted for their underground existence with fine hair that allows for easy movement in their tunnels.

Mole Tunneling

Moles can create tunnels at the rate of 100 feet per day. Once the tunnels are established, they can move 80 feet per minute. Tunnels are created because moles need to eat the equivalent of their body weight daily. A mole’s diet primarily consists of consuming insectivores with their primary food source being earthworms.

Year-Round Mole Activity

While moles move up and down in the soil column due to environmental conditions, it may appear that your moles have left your yard. Once the conditions become more favorable, moles will reappear. When this happens, we are only a phone call or text away. We will dispatch our technician to your property.

Frequently Asked Questions About Moles in Mexico

What makes trapping the most effective method for mole control?

Trapping directly removes moles from your property, unlike other methods that may not reach all the moles or only temporarily deter them. Our skilled technicians ensure that each trap is strategically placed and regularly checked to maximize success.

Can I prevent moles by using grub control?

While moles do eat grub worms, they primarily feed on earthworms. Therefore, grub control alone is not an effective method to deter mole activity. Comprehensive trapping remains the most effective way to control mole populations.

How often do you check the traps?

With our Basic Mole Trapping Plan, a seasoned technician will evaluate your property on a weekly basis while traps are installed (weather permitting) to inspect and relocate traps as needed which ensures optimal effectiveness.  Call us to discuss other options.

Are your mole control services safe for pets and children?

Yes, our mole control methods are designed with the safety of your entire family in mind, including pets and children. We use safe, non-toxic methods that focus on effective trapping.

Mole Facts

 

• Moles are solitary animals and will fight to defend their territory.
• Mole mounds indicate deep tunneling usually in dry times of the year or when the ground may freeze. This allows the moles to go deeper to hunt for worms.
• Moles don’t hibernate, they just go deeper during the winter.
• Moles are not blind, they have very small eyes used for sensing light.
• Mole hair is very fine and does not have any drag in either direction, allowing moles to travel forward and backward in a tunnel.
• Scalopus aquaticus is the scientific name for eastern moles which are the species we have in Central Missouri.
• Moles can eat their weight in food in a single day.
• Moles eat about 85% earthworms and 15% grub worms. A common misconception is that you can prevent moles by putting down grub control.
• Moles can tunnel up to 100 feet per day.
• Moles can travel 80 feet per minute in established tunnels.
• Moles breed in late February and have litters of 3-5 young in mid-to-late April.
• Mole babies are weaned off of their mothers’ support around June and must go make their own tunneling networks because they will compete with their mothers for food too much.