Lee County Wild Pig Workshop

May 7, 2019 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM
1066 Main Avenue, Lincoln, TX 78948

Learn about the impact wild pigs are having on the landscape, the varieties of hog trapping systems and the laws and regulations for controlling populations on your property. 

The Lee County Wild Pig Management Workshop will be held on May 7 at the Lincoln Community Center. Up to 4 CEU’s will be offered. RSVP to the Lee County Extension Office by April 30th by calling 979-542-2753. Registration is at 8:15 and the program will end at 1:30pm.

Featured Topics and Speakers:

Wild Pig Biology, Impacts and Control Techniques - Josh Helcel

Laws and Regulations for Wild Pigs - Adam Broll, Game Warden, Texas Parks and Wildlife

Wild Pig Safety and Disease Concerns & Transportation Regulations - Dr. Tommy Barton, DVM, Texas Animal Health Commission

Demonstration: Snaring/Trapping Wild Pigs - Jacob Hetzel, Texas Wildlife Services 

The program is free to attend, but lunch will cost $10 for pre-registration or $15 at the door. For more info please call 979-542-2753. 

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