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If you do have a problem with voles, hardware cloth would definitely keep them from tunneling underneath. You could also have a couple of rat traps laying around the perimeter of your boxes. Use store-bought tomato chunks for bait. I guarantee that you'll trap them.
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Here's Squat's advice on voles - it's a great read.
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