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Woodstream Introduces Victor Moleworms

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Victor Moleworms look and feel like real earthworms, a natural and preferred food source for moles.

| March 7, 2013

LITITZ, Pa. — Woodstream has introduced the new Victor Moleworms (item# M6009PCO), which quickly eliminates mole problems, according to the manufacturer. Victor Moleworms are ready to use and look and feel just like real earthworms, a natural and preferred food source for moles. Moleworms are uniquely formulated to be highly attractive to moles and contains the active ingredient bromethalin, Woodstream reports. PMP simply identify the active mole tunnels and place Moleworms in the tunnel for the mole to consume and die. Victor Moleworms are packaged in quantities of 25 with 10 active tunnel locator flags and three protective gloves. The product is registered and approved in all states except North Carolina. For more information contact your Woodstream products distributor, visit www.woodstreampro.com or call 800/800-1819.

 

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