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Re: CULT: Earthworms and Moles

From: "S&C Rust" <srust@fidnet.com>

Gary, the BEST way to get rid of moles is with a cat.  Not just any old cat
will do.  The best ones are the wild cats that come to your barn (shed,
house, or any building with mice attracts them!).  When they are tame enough
to let you pick them up, take them to the vet and have them "fixed", do all
their shots and feed them a good dry catfood.  They will then be in the best
possible shape to decimate your mole population, which they love to do!  My
original wild cat ran out of moles in our several acre yard and branched out
into the fields!  We sadly had to put her down last fall and the moles took
over.  But now her two kittens (from the batch she carried before spaying)
have remembered their instructions and are picking up the slack.  But
remember, they were never wild.  Of course, Sevin is faster, but you may
miss your earthworms in the end!

Cindy Rust, Zone 5b, Missouri

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