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Wood Destroying Organism Pest Control
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Average one time application cost
$150, prices based on time and materials
Annual control programs start @
$350, prices based on time and materials
Proper management and control of voles in Northern Colorado
February 4, 2015
Proper management and control of voles in Northern Colorado,
Voles are rodents (also known as field mice) that are 4.5 to 8 inches in length fully grown. They are pudgy, with blunt or flat faces, small eyes, small ears, short legs, and a scantily haired tail. They burrow through grasses foraging for seeds and insects. This continual foraging creates shallow tunnel systems and can cause significant lawn, tree and bush damage with their activities.
Voles have three to six young per litter and three to 12 litters per year. Their gestation period ranges from 20 to 23 days and they breed almost year around. Females may become pregnant at three weeks of age. Vole populations can range from 14 to 500 voles per acre depending upon conditions.
We offer either short term extermination services or annual maintenance plans to control the current and any future rodent intrusions. Unless modifications can be made to ensure no future intrusions can occur, an annual pest control plan is recommended to quickly control any new intrusions and minimize the damage that these rodents can cause.
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