The younger ones are good eating but wild hogs can carry many diseases. I doubt the Govt/USDA would approve for commercial sale, not sure.So the most destructive pest in America is the wild pig? A beast that good to eat? Well, solution found.
I can smell this hogs stink through the website. I hope you had a backhoe to bury this cuss.Plenty of them available in my area
Georgia even has a State program to pair hunters with farmers who are needing relief from the depradation of Hogzillas.
No season on hogs, but a hunting license is still required.
Stock up and corn and raspberry jello mix and you are ready to hunt.
They come for raspberry jello corn like flies to a certain unmentionable substance.
Or for that matter just sprinkle the jello mix all around by itself. Still a highly effective attractant even without being sluiced over feed corn.
Only problem is locating the hogs, as they range over very large areas.
This is where being tied into the State program helps a lot.
Its called Hunters Helping Farmers.
Other states may well have similar programs. I havenot looked into that as there are far too many hogs here in GA to even remotely contemplate going elsewhere to hunt them.
My biggest hog to date was over 450lbs. One 250 grain Hawk from my 356 put him down instantly.
Side on shot at 60+ yards
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Recovered bullet retained over 90% of its original weight.
Broke both shoulders and was under the skin on the right side View attachment 899429 View attachment 899430
They won't allow us to hunt them anymore in Missouri. Conservation Dept wants them all trapped now, they say hunting just spreads the sounders all over creation while trapping if done right can capture the whole sounder or most of them in one fell swoop. I think anything goes in Texas outside of tactical Nukes.