Voles may be small, but they are a force to be reckoned with. If these underground, fast-breeding varmints have ever invaded your lawn or garden, you know what we're talking about. Voles may not be life-threatening and maybe no one has ever died from having them in their yard, but we're betting the problem is front and center for those of you have had their lawns destroyed by these covert invaders.
It's an undisputable fact that voles have exceptional burrowing and tunneling abilities. Just ask any homeowner who has experienced the misfortune of their garden destroyed by voles, or a tree killed by these destructive rodents. They'll tell you.
- Identify Damage
- Control Options
Baits are not needed when using traps to capture voles or repellents to steer them out of your yard. When Sweeney’s traps are properly placed and set, voles will naturally encounter the traps as they forage for food. Sweeney’s fast-acting dual action repellents work to repel voles by taste and smell.