The ins and outs of feral hog hunting in Texas

 Updated 8:50 am CDT, Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Texas is home to the largest feral hog population in the United States, with an estimated 4 million hogs statewide.

These creatures wreak havoc on the land of hard-working farmers and land owners and disrupt the natural patterns of better and much more beautiful animals.

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It’s safe to say that hogs are one of the most-hated animals in Texas along with mosquitoes, fire ants, bed bugs, snakes and rats.

The progeny of domestic hogs that quickly turned feral or hybrids between domestic feral pigs and European wild hogs, feral hogs are omnivores with a nondiscriminatory palate. They will eat anything, which is good news for hunters.

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