Wild hogs are a non-native invasive species in Georgia that wreak havoc on farms and wildlife management areas across the state. Because of their destructive nature and huge numbers, every hunting season on public land is hog season too.
Shoot them on sight! Feral hogs could cost Missouri millions of dollars in agricultural, environmental and property damage. As they root and wallow, they plow the soil to depths of 2–8 inches--sometimes for many acres!
Wild Pig Management Workshop set for Aug.18 in Palo Pinto County AgriLife Today “This workshop is unique because we've gathered some of the best wildlife professionals in Texas to share their tips and demonstrate emerging technologies to help us...
Putting a dollar figure on feral hog damage has put the issue in perspective in Louisiana. A study released July 13 by the Louisiana State University AgCenter estimates that feral hogs did at least $30 million in damage to crops in 2013.
Rural Ozark County landowner Mark Eisenmann says he didn’t think much about feral hogs until one hot day last August when a wild sow threatened him. He was walking from his house to his bottomland garden, close to a stream.
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