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#5440386 - 11/24/14 09:59 AM The second most effective way to eliminate hog problems
Believer Offline

Registered: 11/14/09
Posts: 986
Loc: Belton, TX
This is a series of pictures from our electronic trapping system. Note how the sow remains on the outside for several more days before entering. On the third night a second group of piglets enters enclosure. Finally on day 6 the sows begin to enter the enclosure. Due to a malfunctioning camera we are unable to trap the hogs until a new one arrives in a few days. There are a total of 24 hogs entering the enclosure nightly.



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#5440631 - 11/24/14 12:16 PM Re: The second most effective way to eliminate hog problems [Re: Believer]
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Registered: 03/16/12
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Loc: wondering about the woods
up stray dogs keep the hogs on de run here. scratch yagh, larger traps are way more effective than the smaller traps. dueling with android. pics not showing. my guess is the hogs may have priour experience with traps. lots of people been using smaller traps for years. i still enjoy pudding one foot in front of udder. hogs the other wild game . tis good exersice. works the cardio, lower extreams, & if ya get one &have ta back pac, tis work. i got cheap posts flag

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