For moles, there is always the Rodenator

Sure, it might not be available at your local hardware store. And, it is definitely used for live training. But, if you simply have to get rid of damaging moles, the Rodenator might be the tool for you.

The Rodenator works by spreading a concussive pressure through the tunnel system. Anything in the tunnel is crushed by the concussion.

You can find more information on the Rodenator at

5 thoughts on “For moles, there is always the Rodenator

  1. ha That is great! Blast em out, and have fun doing it!. Those guys look like they had as much fun as I did watching that video.

  2. Downloading information from this site is as straightforward |as clicking the mouse rather than other websites which shift me here and there on the web sites.

  3. Now that is what I call a “Cool Tool!” I just wish I could use that for whatever it is I have! Has anyone heard of moles building nests in a basement, in the rafters? I have discovered and have heard something gnawing away in the basement and when I started checking around I found clumps or rodent poop in the insulation that is at the top of the basement walls. I am not 100% sure that it moles but earlier this spring I found a new born baby mole (no hair, eyes closed) on my basement floor. I took care of that and checked around the basement and didn’t see any other signs. The joke was on me! I have thought of using D-con but I really don’t want to smell “DEAD” for a week or so, if you know what I mean!
    Would you have any suggestions that would help?

    Thank you for any help and again, That is one COOL TOOL!!


  4. and what cute moles they are 🙂 Haylie is in her digging fall phase! She only digs in the fall but she likes to dig holes in the mildde of the yard so when I mow I almost fall in her holes 🙂

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