Farmers, landowners, be alert for feral hogs
USDA Wildlife Services: 'Call even if you're not sure.' Farmers and landowners, especially those in Pike County, should watch for and report suspected feral hogs, said Bradley Wilson with USDA Wildlife Services.Read more...
Missouri’s feral hog problem
POTOSI, Mo. – Feral hogs are causing massive problems for farmers and others in multiple states including Missouri. An organized effort is underway in the Show Me State to try and wipe them out.Read more...
Interference with Feral Hog Trapping Sites Costs Trappers Time, Taxpayers Money
IRON COUNTY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and USDA Wildlife Services report government feral hog trappers experience difficulties with vandalism and trespassing at trapping sites. The public can help by educating others on fera…Read more...
What does it take to fight Missouri's feral hogs problem? Corn, patience and persistence
WASHINGTON COUNTY, MO. • With final puffs of steamy breath coming from its slightly tusked snout, the second boar collapsed at the edge of the trap, right next to the other.Read more...