Feral hogs cause significant ecological damages that hinder production agriculture and cause economic burdens to landowners and recreationists. The Noble Research Institute will host a Feral Hog Management Training from 8 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Noble Research Institute Pavilion.
Feral hogs have plagued agricultural lands in Oklahoma for long enough that most landowners have adopted some sort of control strategy on their properties.
The 2018 International Wild Pig Conference Technical Training Day presented various wild pig control methods available to land managers. The event was organized by the Noble Research Institute and featured experts from governmental and nongovernmental agencies, academic institutions, and private entities.
Noble Research Institute agricultural consultants share their top tips for managing through a drought.
The Noble Research Institute and Oklahoma State University are partnering to learn more about feral hog ecology and behavior, especially in agricultural landscapes and pecan orchards.
Groups across the nation are celebrating National Invasive Species Awareness Week this week, Feb. 27 through March 3. An invasive species is a plant, animal or other organism that is nonnative to the...
The Noble Research Institute recently received the Outstanding Electronic/Digital Media Award from the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society and the Publication and Creativity Award from the Oklahoma Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
Land managers across the country will soon be able to use BoarBuster to manage feral hog populations on their properties.
Feral hogs can carry numerous diseases of importance to commercial livestock producers and human health. As the nation's feral hog population increases, so does the rate of exposure to infected hogs and potential for disease transmission.
This video takes a look at how they got to the continent, where and how they have expanded their territory, and some of the problems they are causing for landowners and the agricultural industry.