Winter Conditions Improve Wild Hog Trapping Results

Winter Conditions Improve Wild Hog Trapping Results

Author: Dr. Bronson Strickland

Published: January 19, 2018

"Wild hogs are a tremendous problem for farmers and landowners throughout the state of Mississippi. Wild hogs have a growth rate that exceeds any other large mammal in North America. An adult sow typically produces four to eight piglets per litter -- at least double that of white-tailed deer. Currently, the best way to reduce hog populations is through trapping. Winter is the best season for hog trapping because most of the foods that hogs relish are limited in cold months." 

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