Feral hogs cause up to $2.5 billion in damage a year, so the government is boosting efforts to fight them
Fri, 10 Aug 2018
- Wild hogs are in at least 39 states and cause up to $2.5 billion in damage annually.
- More than 5 million of the feral swine roam the U.S., with Texas having the biggest share.
- The pigs are a menace for agriculture but also a health risk and threat to native wildlife.
- The federal government is spending about $30.5 million annually to fight the problem and may get more money from the 2018 farm bill.
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