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Hogs Wild - Fighting the Feral Pig Problem #4076987 02/23/13 02:38 PM
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Re: Hogs Wild - Fighting the Feral Pig Problem [Re: jeh7mmmag] #4077016 02/23/13 02:55 PM
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Hope my landowner doesnt see this smile I have too much fun hunting year round taking out the piggies.

Re: Hogs Wild - Fighting the Feral Pig Problem [Re: centxshooter] #4077223 02/23/13 04:30 PM
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The ag. damage estimates are from back in 2003 or 2005.

I don't know that they are ever going to allow the poisons if there is a risk to other protected wildlife.

While pigs can use the hog hopper (which is good) I would like to see the proof that other animals cannot.


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Re: Hogs Wild - Fighting the Feral Pig Problem [Re: Double Naught Spy] #4078566 02/24/13 05:59 AM
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I'm with you centxshooter I live on 5,000 acres plus lease another 5,000 that is loaded up with hogs and wouldn't have it any other way. We farm and run cows yeah the pigs can tear some ground up from time to time but for the most part they stay in the bottoms and thickets plus life would suck on the weekends if there were no pigs to run the dogs on. Catch and release, until the freezer gets low.

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