The original molecatcher
DO YOU HAVE A MOLE?
IS YOUR LAWN IN NEED OF HELP?
IS YOUR VEG PATCH UNDER ATTACK?
WHERE EVER THE PROBLEM THERE IS AN ANSWER
JEFF OPERATES IN AND AROUND BERKSHIRE
NO MOLE - NO FEE
WITH NO HIDDEN CHARGES
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Jeff Nicholls is the original Molecatcher - based in the Royal County of Berkshire he provides mole removal services by the old traditional method of trap use.
Many strive to obtain the title of Molecatcher and Jeff has worked to create a new interest in mole catching and support for fellow molecatchers with his books and mole control training courses.
As well as catching moles Jeff presents The Mole Show a unique educational and entertaining show that enlightens into the mysterious world of the mole.
Details of these products and services are found here on this web site.
Many claim to be a traditional molecatcher yet fail to provide the necessary commitments or obligations to provide a level of service or respect for the mole. When undertaking the control of any animal it must be paramount that every circumstance is considered to providing the best standard or level of welfare. From the very environment in which they dwell, circumstances can change and therefore it is more important then with any other species that the molecatcher inspects traps daily and not as many say - regularly as this could be any period of time. Jeff works to a strict working practice to full fill this requirement towards providing a level of welfare, which will reduce the time to complete the task, prevent further damage to the clients land and uphold the tradition of mole control in the United Kingdom.
NEXT TRAINING COURSE
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Further details are found on the training page
NOT A JOB!
NOT A LIVING!
BUT A PASSION!
LOOKING FOR SOME ENTERTAINMENT FOR YOUR GROUPS.HOW ABOUT A CHAT FROM THE UK’S LEADING AUTHORITY ON MOLE CATCHING. JEFF CAN ENTERTAIN WITH A TALK AND CONTENT SUITABLE FOR ANY NEEDS- CHECK OUT THE MOLE SHOW PAGE
New book out now www.crowood.com
Catching moles a history and practice