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Wild hogs continue to be a nuisance for farmers

In Delta Farm Press

Rooting and wallowing by wild hogs cause extensive land and crop damage, which can be stopped only by getting rid of the invasive animals. 602 more words


Experts: Use safe practices when processing, cooking feral hogs

by Blair Fannin, Texas A&M AgriLife

With a proliferation of feral hogs in Texas, control measures such as trapping and hunting can yield the rewards of good table fare. 365 more words


Upcoming IPM webinars

Please consider attending the 2018 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series, which provides information about beneficial and pest insects. Webinars are free and open to everyone.  139 more words


Pokes, poison, and black eyes

None would be welcomed on airplanes right now, so don’t try:

Defensive pokes, targeting the hog wild crowd, or, historically, the incorrect.

My ancient grandmother, determined that I would not grow up in ignorance or be at risk, clued me in. 839 more words


Feral hog problem continues in Texas

In Southwest Farm Press

A war has been raging across Texas for a very long time, a man-versus-beast battle that rages across the plains, the Hill Country, the Blacklands, Pineywoods, the South Texas brush country, on sparsely populated rural lands and on open spaces and alleyways of larger cities. 250 more words


Massive feral hog killed in East Texas

UNION GROVE, Texas (KETK/KXAN) — An East Texas man captured a monster hog over the weekend.

According to the Gregg County Game Warden, Union Grove resident Joe Clowers noticed the feral hog was tearing up his food plots on his property. 35 more words


A measure of pigs

“Never wrestle with pigs. You both get dirty and the pig likes it.” (George Bernard Shaw)

Nothing like a few pig-headed ideas to start the week. 426 more words