If you have some unwanted visitors to the yard and you are tired of the twisted ankles from falling in their ditches, you have to do a couple of things to get rid of moles. Moles visit your yard because they love the tasty grubs that live in your lawn. Grubs are the larvae stage of beetles and they love to feed on your lawn's roots. Get rid of the grubs and the moles will leave in search of a new food source.
Scotts has a product called GrubEx which can be applied by you at home. It is best to do it before the end of July for the treatment to be most affective. Mow the lawn first so it can best reach the soil and only water after application if you are in a drought area. Good luck in getting rid of moles!