Spare a thought for the poor old mole……

Some very interesting letters in The Guardian Newspaper recently about mole catching. www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/mar/10/spare-a-thought-for-the-poor-old-mole Firstly, we would like to assure our customers that our trap is one of the most humane on the market...
Happy Days!

Happy Days!

Happy Days! So lovely to get this email from one of our delighted customers this week:   Another success !  Second time using , two days in ground . ...

A Mole Catchers Assistant

Last April I wrote about my daughter, Polly, and her mole catching hound Biddy.Two dead moles within a couple of weeks! No need for any Beagle EasySet mole traps in her household! What I haven’t admitted is that a few weeks later her older sister, Lucy’s...

The Most Charming of Gentlemen..

A charming country gentleman walked onto the Beagle stand on the second day at last year’s Badminton Horse Trials and enquired as to the price for an EasySet Mole Trap. I replied “Seventeen pounds fifty for one: Thirty pounds for two” “In which...

Placing traps in mole hills!

I have always been told, and do believe that mole hills are the spoil of mole excavations and are shunted by the mole up a cul-de-sac and out onto the surface and form mole hills. I have been preaching that traps should not be placed in the mole hills themselves, but...