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A&M Survey #7529403 06/07/19 06:46 PM
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Anyone else get the survey from A&M on hog population control and poison? They call it toxicants- so much of a nicer word than poison- ha.

If you do please advocate for more serious penalties for trespassers especially those that damage or steal property.

I have a feeling that crop farmers would have very different opinions on eradication vs control compared to hunters. I personally would not eat wild pigs anywhere near where they are being poisoned or I wont be the first anyway. let someone else test the research. The place we hunt on land damage is not near as much of an issue or other wildlife competition such as eating quail and turkey eggs. I do like the fact that hogs eat lots of snakes. But if you are going to discuss hog eradication or control for wildlife competition purposes you need to throw coyotes in there with them,

Re: A&M Survey [Re: ELKMTB] #7529413 06/07/19 06:55 PM
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