Learn about the VOLE CONTROL Bait Station System - A systematic and effective approach developed by a landscape professional to control all vole types. The VOLE CONTROL Bait Station system can be installed to control both above and below ground foraging vole types.
Thank you! M. Rockwell, Chamersburg PA
Two Setup Methods to Control All Vole Types
You will look for the signs of vole activity and how the voles forage for food to determine which setup method you should use to gain control. Each Vole Control Bait Station System box has what you need for both setup methods, and will control both Above and Below Ground Foraging types.
Mulch Covered Method for Below Ground Foraging Voles
Using the Vole Control System
Tent Setup Method for Above Ground Foraging Voles
How the VOLE CONTROL Bait Station Works
A bait station is an apparatus that holds poison bait so a pest can enter and take or consume the bait. Each VOLE CONTROL Bait Station System consists of 3 bait stations placed in close proximity to each other in an area of vole activity. A poison bait ( Kaput® Rat, Mouse and Vole Bait ) is placed within the bait stations. Each station is identified with a Bait Station Number. Mark your calendar with a numbered "Check Bait" sticker and systematically check your stations over a period of time for eaten and removed bait. You continue to replace the eaten bait until all the criteria are met within the monitoring system. Once control is achieved in that area, the bait stations can be moved to another Hotspot of vole activity, or left as a permanent safeguard.
Advantages of the VOLE CONTROL Bait Station System
- Encourages a systematic approach for vole control.
- Provides an inviting place for voles to go and get the bait.
- Helps keep bait dry longer than just placing it in the ground.
- The bait station design encourages vole activity around the bait station.
- Can be moved easily from one active area to another.
- Can be left permanently as a safeguard against vole infestations.
- Essentially invisible in the landscaped garden.
- Discourages access to bait by non-target animals.
The bait stations are working quite well, the voles have eaten 7 boxes of poison and every Saturday I place 3 tablespoons in each station and its usually gone by Tuesday. I have moved 2 stations. Thanks for your excellent product and vole knowledge. I may be able to plant a hosta and have it survive a season. I have tried everything from smoke bombs to gassing them with the carbon monoxide from my tractor, but only this seems to be working. M. Thomas, New York