Nice video. Food plots are always the best if you can get them to take.
Interesting to see that buck let the big sow move him. Our bucks lower their antlers at any hog approaching and will run the hogs off. The mature bucks that is.
We named that sow "mono tit" as that's all she was feeding, one piglet.
She had a screw loose. The little 400 acre lease on the Frio, we'd often
see one or more bucks charging around in the brush or across the plot
followed soon after by "mono tit" at full charge. She didn't get along
with any of the other pigs and was an outcast. We let all the bucks walk
or that was our plan that first year. About mid December we caught the
land owners kin on game cams we set up to watch roads after we found tire
tracks that weren't ours, and we had exclusive rights. They killed three
of the 3 to 4 year old bucks we let walk for later years.
We terminated the lease agreement at the end of the season even when the
land owner dropped the price by 2/3rds. The GW told us he could do nothing
and we'd have to go to civil court if we wanted to pursue damages. We
decided to cut our losses and move on.