- Sep 21, 2012
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Carcasses being loaded into a truck bed to be hauled to a nearby crocodile farm.
Problem is that the crocs can’t eat the hair so they have to be skinned first.
Hundreds of feral pig carcasses have been brought to a racetrack in central Queensland as part of a competition where almost everyone is a winner — especially a nearby crocodile farm.
A P&C fundraiser in the Queensland town of Dingo has seen hundreds of feral pigs eradicate
The competition took place over two nights and attracted hunters from Queensland and NSW
The spoils have been donated to a crocodile farm and will feed baby crocs for months
The inaugural Hogs N Dogs competition in Dingo attracted hunters from across Queensland and New South Wales who spent two nights in the bush in the hope of bagging some of the pests.
What part of the world doesn’t have these destructive creatures?
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