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#6283264 - 05/02/16 08:53 AM Elusive wildlife pig oil
Aggieman775 Offline
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Has anybody ever tried it? If so did you like it?

#6283436 - 05/02/16 10:38 AM Re: Elusive wildlife pig oil [Re: Aggieman775]
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I don't think it is for human consumption. smile

That stuff is $30 a quart. That makes is about 8 times as costly as regular motor oil that comes in the same sort of container, LOL, or about the price of 200 lbs of corn.

I see where they claim 9 independent studies have proven that the stuff works. There are millions of independent studies that prove plain corn works.

I am sure hogs eat the stuff and if you have hogs and put that out, I am sure they will eat it just like they would do with corn. If you don't have hogs already, they aren't likely to magically appear because you poured out $30 of product on a tree stump or the ground.
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#6301915 - 05/17/16 06:30 PM Re: Elusive wildlife pig oil [Re: Aggieman775]
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Registered: 01/03/16
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I have given up on snake oil products as well. A bag or corn or my preferred corn/roasted soy beans is $10 or less. 50lbs is quite a bit of bait.

#6302080 - 05/17/16 08:43 PM Re: Elusive wildlife pig oil [Re: Aggieman775]
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Plain corn works a well as anything.

#6302763 - 05/18/16 01:06 PM Re: Elusive wildlife pig oil [Re: Aggieman775]
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I'm in the camp that promotes plain ol' corn.

I do sometimes spread a little Jell-O or Kool-Aid around, mainly because it's pretty cheap and easy to do. I don't know that it makes a difference, although on one occasion I did trap a 295# boar that previously wouldn't enter my trap. However, as they say, it's difficult to establish a trend from a single data point. Also, the boar was already coming around to the trap and eating outside of it. I certainly can't say the Jell-O brought him in from a distance.
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