We are all so lucky to call Fruitland home! There are several delicious places to eat including Rustic Pig BBQ and Idaho Pizza Company. Unfortunately for homeowners, Voles like to call the Fruitland area home as well. Voles are an issue because they can cause damage to your yard or property. This make making Fruitland Vole Control very important for all homes and businesses.
Characteristics: Voles also go by the names of field mice or meadow mice. They are small rodents that are usually brown or grey in color. They can be between 4 and 8 1/2 inches in length. Voles do not hibernate and are active both during the day and night. They burrow and have tunnel systems with multiple entrances. Their tunnel entrances are small holes, just about an inch in size. A voles diet consists of seeds, plants, crops, grasses, bark as well as insects and animal remains. Between their tunnel systems and their diets, they can cause lost of damage to lawns, golf courses, crops, orchard and trees. In addition, they can have up to 25 babies every year, which can make a small vole problem become a large problem very quickly.
Prevention: The best way to prevent voles, is to keep your lawn mowed and vegetation trimmed. This will reduce your property’s ability to support a vole population. It also helps to till the soil in an area where voles have created tunnel systems. This will destroy any existing homes they have built.
Unfortunately, vole control is hard to do on your own. If you are needing help with your Fruitland Vole Control, contact Get Lost Pest Control. Get Lost utilizes two different bait options that can quickly and effectively control your infestation and protect your property from further damage. Our friendly and knowledgeable technicians would love to eliminate your vole infestation.