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  • Quickly and effectively kills moles
  • Uniquely formulated to be palatable to moles
  • Looks and feels like real earthworms, a main food source for moles
  • For use in underground runways or subsurface feeding tunnels
  • State restricted in NC, NY, PR
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 6.8 x 11 inches
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00D8NQPFU
  • Item model number: S6009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,341 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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An exciting new development in mole baiting, Sweeney's Poison Mole worms are specially formulated to be palatable to moles. Intended for use in underground tunnels and runways, the Mole worms look and feel virtually identical to real earthworms, a main food source for moles. When eaten, the poison in the bait works quickly to kill the mole. Each package of Sweeney's Poison Mole worms includes 5 active tunnel locator flags, 10 worms and 1 protective glove for safe handling of the bait.

From the Manufacturer

Sweeney's Poison Moleworms

Looks and Feels Like Real Earthworms

Win the war on moles with Sweeney's Poison Moleworms. Moles eat almost 80% of their body weight in food each day, mostly earthworms, which is why Sweeney’s Poison Moleworms were developed to look and feel like the real thing. If you were to close your eyes and hold a Poison Moleworm and a real earthworm in each hand, you would find it hard to feel the difference. But don’t be fooled. Just fool the moles.

Kills Moles Quickly

The Moleworm is formulated to be very tasty to moles and when they consume the bait it swiftly kills them. Which means you can return your yard to its rightful suburban beauty sooner rather than later.

Easily Locate Active Tunnels and Effortless Application

Locating and placing the Poison Moleworms in active tunnels is key to successfully getting rid of moles in your yard. Use the 5 locator flags included in the Poison Moleworm package to help easily locate active tunnels. Revisit the marked tunnels after 24-48 hours. Tunnels that have had holes resealed are an indicator of mole activity and a good place to bait.

You will not find an easier way to use bait. Simply poke a hole that’s slightly larger than the diameter of the Moleworm in the roof of the active tunnel and drop the product in. Reseal with dirt, repeat every 5 to 10 feet, and relax. You are done.

Answers to frequently asked questions:

Q: I think my dog might have eaten a couple of Poison Moleworms. Should I be concerned?

A: Take your dog to your veterinarian and be sure to bring the product packaging with you. The active ingredient in Sweeney’s Poison Moleworms is Bromethalin. If ingested, it can cause potentially life-threatening signs in dogs and cats. Prompt, aggressive decontamination remains the most effective treatment. Management of any rodenticide toxicosis depends on the type and amount of bait ingested. Because a rodenticide’s active ingredient cannot be determined from the bait’s physical appearance, veterinary staff should identify the ingested rodenticide from the package’s label to ensure proper treatment.

Q: I placed Sweeney’s Poison Moleworms in my yard; why do I still have moles?

A: When treating a mole problem, you must place the bait in an active tunnel for your efforts to prove effective. To figure out if a tunnel is active, you need to flatten out all the runs in your yard. The following day you should notice that one runway has re-appeared. This is an indication that the tunnel is active and is where Sweeney’s Poison Moleworms should be placed.

Deadset Precision Mole Trap Gopher Trap - 2 Pack Mole and Gopher Poison Peanuts Bait Poison Moleworms Mole and Gopher Repellent Mole and Gopher Sonic Spikes
Model # S9015 S9013 S6006 S6009 S7002-1 S9012
Rodent type Mole Gopher Mole & Gopher Mole & Gopher Mole & Gopher Mole & Gopher
Application type Trap Trap Poison Poison Granular Repellent Sonic Spike Repellent
Mode of action Spears the mole Spears the gopher Poisons the mole or gopher Poisons the mole or gopher Castor oil contaminates the mole or gopher's food source Penetrating sonic pulses repel the mole or gopher
Ease of use Moderate Moderate Easy Easy Easy Easy
Usage instructions Locate active tunnel, place and set trap Locate active tunnel, place and set trap Locate active tunnel, place bait in tunnel Locate active tunnel, place bait in tunnel Locate active area, spray/shake directly from container, water-in with hose
Safety information No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets Safe to use in lawns, golf course, and other non-crop areas. Do not use around children or pets No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets
Reusable or disposable Reusable Reusable Disposable Disposable Disposable Reusable
Weather resistant
Batteries required

Sweeney’s a leading manufacturer of mole, gopher and nuisance wildlife control products, was founded in 1892 by W.R. Sweeney. A skilled pharmacist, Mr. Sweeney invented a mouse killer that was so effective the Sweeney’s brand was quickly expanded to include additional quality control products. More than 100 years later, Sweeney’s is an industry leader, helping homeowners win the war on unwanted backyard invaders with an arsenal of mole and gopher weapons which include an array of traps, repellents and poisons.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I tried all these products to no avail.
Andrew Harris
The worms in the Sweeney's box are not scented, plus they break down to quickly in the soil.
molepro
We followed the directions, used all 10 worms and we still have just as many moles.
Tyler2000

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Jones on June 20, 2012
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I agree with the previous reviewer....after using the poison worms in my yard, it did seem like the next day the moles invited all their friends and relatives to come and sample the goods. At this time, I got crazy, grabbed the Sweeney's Mole Poison Pellets and threw some of that into the tunnels (following the directions to the 't'). We are also using the sonic things and they worked for awhile but soon the moles just got used to the noise and would tunnel right around them. **sigh** We also tried the live trap but never have caught any. Our 3 cats once in awhile will be munching on one (but don't seem to be getting sick from it) and that gives us hope but for now we are going to buy more of the poison worms because it has kept them away after the initial Worm Buffet Invitation went out to all the mole relatives and friends. Did the pellets help? I don't know but it made us feel better and they've been gone for several days. We WILL win this war if it takes all summer. When they get used to one of the Sweeney products, we'll just switch 'em up. I don't think there is much else on the market that we haven't tried and Sweeney's is the best we've found. It's just that those little suckers are so darn persistent.
............But we are also persistent.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By scientific mom on July 12, 2013
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We had confirmed moles invade our yard this spring in 4 different spots. We first tried a poison granules that did nothing. Then I read some factual info that pointed out that moles don't eat grain, they eat worms...so we tried these. All 4 areas were dormant within 24 hours, and have been now for a week. I feel it's safe to say they worked! We're going to go about repairing the lawn this weekend. I have 2 tips. First, I don't recommend breaking the worms in half or thirds as others have suggested. It's possible a single mole needs the poison from an entire worm. Secondly, turn off your sprinklers first. The worms disintegrate in water and the ones of ours that got wet were not eaten and melted.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Larry Matkins on October 14, 2013
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When I was revisiting my original bait sites and was unable to find any of the worms I had planted, I was optimistic that they were being eaten and were doing their job. Bought these things again and planted them for a couple of months. I seldom have to water because rain is so frequent near Seattle, and now I've learned that moisture causes them to break down. These are probably not for me and maybe not for western Washington.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Top Reviewer on July 9, 2013
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Neighbors advised pellets (Gopher and Mole Patrol)and I found them to be useless. A friend told me he uses Sweeney's worms........and only half a worm at a time ! Sure enough,just get to the center of the mole hill, with a narrow trowel dig down and around in the center and the newly chewed dirt will reveal the tunnel. Drop the half worm in as far as you can. To keep the worm clean and uncovered, plug the hole with a small piece of cardboard or paper (I ended up using even the plastic worm packaging), put some of the dirt back on top of the cardboard and "VOILA !". I killed all the moles in the front and back yards with one package ! I did find the flags helpful as there were a few mole hills that re appeared for a day or two....but now....no more moles ! Friends are better than most neighbors !! Oh, and a note to Mother Teresa, this stuff is made to kill not send them on a vacation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By c w canrobert on January 1, 2013
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Expensive, but worked better tha any other product or trap that I have used. Follow directions very closely and your problem is solved.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By jackking7 on May 25, 2013
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I used Talpirid worms for the last couple of years, after hearing that a large nearby city swore by them, according to the fertilizer, etc. store where I purchased them. I found the Talpirid worms were quite effective, but rather pricy. Last fall I shopped around on the internet and found Sweeney's worms for $20 cheaper (20 worms), so I gave them a try, as they had the same active ingredient as Talapirid.

I can say unequivocally, after using 20 Sweeney's worms, that I don't believe they killed a single mole. Since Sweeney has the same active ingredient as Talaprid, I surmise that the odorless Sweeney worms are not effective in attracting the moles.

I'm back to using Talpirid this spring, a tried and true mole killer. It is important to place the worms in the main mole tunnel(s), which can be determined by tamping down all the mole mounds and waiting to see where a new mound appears, from the ones previously tamped down.

Sweeney's worms rate a one (1) star, while Talpirid's worms rate four (4) stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Hathaway on April 6, 2014
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These have always worked well for me but , in my opinion it is best to dig down & place the worm inside the open tunnel rather than hole of the mound. Lying in the open active tunnel the mole cannot help but find it
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joanne/North Carolina on June 26, 2014
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We have tried everything and we still have moles. I put the worms out as prescribed but they are still running around my yard! Wish I could say it worked. Tired of MOLES!
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