Feral Hogs

BoarBuster in Action: A long-awaited round up

Last Wednesday night we got one of the emails we'd been anticipating all summer. The subject line was only one word, "Hogs," but we knew what the message said before we even opened it.

Preparation increases pig trapping effectiveness

Trapping wild pigs can be a daunting task. Certain uses and types of traps may have caused them to become more aware of structures built for confinement.

BoarBuster™ thinks outside the box trap

Encounters of widespread damage associated with feral hogs are becoming increasingly more frequent for farmers and ranchers in the South. One study reports that feral hogs cause at least $52 million...

Oklahoma and Texas Resources for Feral Hog Control

Winter is an excellent time to implement control of feral hogs. There are a few resources available for Oklahoma and Texas hunters and trappers.

Using Drop-nets to Capture Feral Hogs

In many areas, feral hog populations are present in epidemic proportions, and the need for control is imminent. Numerous trap designs have been used to capture them; however, drop-nets have never been examined as a potential tool for feral hog control.

Distribution of Feral Hog in Oklahoma

Feral hogs are wild hogs from domestic ancestry and belong to the family Suidae. Three types of wild hogs can be found in the United States: feral, Eurasian and hybrids between these two types. Most, if not all, wild hogs in Oklahoma are feral hogs.

The Feral Hog in Oklahoma

Introduction Oklahomans have enjoyed or cursed feral hogs (Sus scrofa) in the southeastern and eastern parts of the state for several years. Oklahomans in many other areas of the state are following...

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