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Oklahoma researcher has built a better hog trap

In Southwest Farm Press

Build a better hog trap and the world will beat a path to your door.

Well, maybe not the world, but certainly a lot of farmers, ranchers, land owners and property managers who deal with this increasingly damaging pest will be interested in anything that helps reduce wild hog damage.

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Oklahoma researcher has built a better hog trap

In Southwest Farm Press

Build a better hog trap and the world will beat a path to your door.

Well, maybe not the world, but certainly a lot of farmers, ranchers, land owners and property managers who deal with this increasingly damaging pest will be interested in anything that helps reduce wild hog damage.

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Feds launch new effort to stop feral hog problem

In Southeast Farm Press

The USDA launched earlier this month a national effort to reduce the devastating damage caused by feral swine.  The $20 million program aims to help states deal with a rapidly expanding population of invasive wild swine that causes $1.5 billion in annual damage and control costs.

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Feds launch new effort to stop feral hog problem

In Southeast Farm Press

The USDA launched earlier this month a national effort to reduce the devastating damage caused by feral swine.  The $20 million program aims to help states deal with a rapidly expanding population of invasive wild swine that causes $1.5 billion in annual damage and control costs.

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Damage by wild hogs cost Alabama $800M

Federal, state officials looking for ways to reduce the population

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Eyes in the air: States move to ban drone-assisted hunting

  • Fox News is reporting new gaming laws aimed at banning hunting assisted by drone technology are under review in some states.  Among others, Colorado, Idaho, and Montana have already outlawed the technology and I expect many more states to follow. 

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Eyes in the air: States move to ban drone-assisted hunting

  • Fox News is reporting new gaming laws aimed at banning hunting assisted by drone technology are under review in some states.  Among others, Colorado, Idaho, and Montana have already outlawed the technology and I expect many more states to follow. 

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