County leaders, U.S. Forest Service plan to take action on wild hogs in our area

County leaders, U.S. Forest Service plan to take action on wild hogs in our area

 

LAND BETWEEN THE LAKES, KY — They eat everything, they have no natural predators, and they’re dangerous.

We’re talking about wild hogs, and they’re being spotted right now in our area.

We showed you pictures and videos from Land Between the Lakes where hogs are causing problems.

Tony Folz has been dealing with wild hogs destroying his crops since 2002.

“72-acre field, and when we came up four days later, it was gone,” Folz says. “We replanted that field, and within a few days, it was gone again.”

Source: County leaders, U.S. Forest Service plan to take action on wild hogs in our area

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KSHN Radio 99.9 FM – Feral hog hunting policy change

Feral hog hunting policy change

A recent change in policy from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department regarding feral hogs may help with the control of the invasive creatures and the damage they inflict on property across the state. Liberty County’s Texas Game Warden Lauren Iles spoke recently to the Liberty Rotary Club. She said hog hunters no longer need a hunting license to take feral hogs. Game Warden Iles said feral hogs are now considered to be what is called a “depredate” or naturally destructive species ….  Read more at link below

Source: KSHN Radio 99.9 FM – Feral hog hunting policy change

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Pearls for swine: Bill could create feral hog bounty hunters | State | enidnews.com

State Rep. David Smith, R-Arpelar, has proposed legislation that would create a feral hog bounty hunter license. Under the measure, landowners interested in having wild swine hunted will register and pay 25 cents an acre, and make their property available to license holders.

Prospective bounty hunters, meanwhile, will pay $35 to obtain a six-month license.

WHY WOULD A LAND OWNER PAY THE GOVERNMENT TO ALLOW STRANGERS TO HUNT ON THEIR OWN LAND.  LETS SEE, PURCHASE A LICENSE FOR $35 AND GET TO HUNT ON PRIVATE LAND???

SOUND PRETTY STUPID, BUT THAT IS JMO.

Source: Pearls for swine: Bill could create feral hog bounty hunters | State | enidnews.com  

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