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Feral hogs headed for US from Canada; wildlife officials warn of widespread damage


An underreported threat along America's northern border has U.S. officials and local residents warning of widespread damage due to the reckless invaders: Feral hogs from Canada.

At least eight pigs have been spotted in Canada, just above the border with Lincoln County, Montana, according to officials.


Wildlife Services, the Montana Invasive Species Council, the National Feral Swine Program and the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks department say the pigs could cause significant damage.
 
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My uncle got some feral cattle once when a truck wrecked and they escaped. About two weeks later they showed up on his farm. Owner said to keep them because insurance was paying off. Insurance company said they would have removed if he wanted but otherwise he could keep them for free.
 

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Feral hogs headed for US from Canada; wildlife officials warn of widespread damage


An underreported threat along America's northern border has U.S. officials and local residents warning of widespread damage due to the reckless invaders: Feral hogs from Canada.

At least eight pigs have been spotted in Canada, just above the border with Lincoln County, Montana, according to officials.


Wildlife Services, the Montana Invasive Species Council, the National Feral Swine Program and the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks department say the pigs could cause significant damage.
Thanks for the early Christmas gift, mate! We can hunt them from helicopters, with all those AR-15's we have here. :biggrin:

 

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Feral hogs headed for US from Canada; wildlife officials warn of widespread damage


An underreported threat along America's northern border has U.S. officials and local residents warning of widespread damage due to the reckless invaders: Feral hogs from Canada.

At least eight pigs have been spotted in Canada, just above the border with Lincoln County, Montana, according to officials.


Wildlife Services, the Montana Invasive Species Council, the National Feral Swine Program and the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks department say the pigs could cause significant damage.
Thanks for the early Christmas gift, mate! We can hunt them from helicopters, with all those AR-15's we have here. :biggrin:

I saw a program that showed feral hog hunting in Texas...They're elusive beasts that breed like rodents...I only wish rubbing them out were that easy.

If this is true, the northern states are in for a major headache.
 

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Feral hogs headed for US from Canada; wildlife officials warn of widespread damage


An underreported threat along America's northern border has U.S. officials and local residents warning of widespread damage due to the reckless invaders: Feral hogs from Canada.

At least eight pigs have been spotted in Canada, just above the border with Lincoln County, Montana, according to officials.


Wildlife Services, the Montana Invasive Species Council, the National Feral Swine Program and the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks department say the pigs could cause significant damage.
Thanks for the early Christmas gift, mate! We can hunt them from helicopters, with all those AR-15's we have here. :biggrin:

That looks fun as hell.
 

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When I glanced at the title I thought we had illegals coming across the Canadian border.
 

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Feral hogs headed for US from Canada; wildlife officials warn of widespread damage


An underreported threat along America's northern border has U.S. officials and local residents warning of widespread damage due to the reckless invaders: Feral hogs from Canada.

At least eight pigs have been spotted in Canada, just above the border with Lincoln County, Montana, according to officials.


Wildlife Services, the Montana Invasive Species Council, the National Feral Swine Program and the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks department say the pigs could cause significant damage.
We have wild boar here already and we will do what we have done before and shoot them... Well until Beto confiscates our firearms and tell us the Boar tis our friend...

When I first read the title I was going to write the Canadian French are invading the U.S. because they are Frogs and I was going to pretend I mistook Hogs for Frogs...
 

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When I glanced at the title I thought we had illegals coming across the Canadian border.
As long as the speak, read and write Spanish they are welcome with open arms but no French speaking Hogs!
 

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Feral hogs headed for US from Canada; wildlife officials warn of widespread damage


An underreported threat along America's northern border has U.S. officials and local residents warning of widespread damage due to the reckless invaders: Feral hogs from Canada.

At least eight pigs have been spotted in Canada, just above the border with Lincoln County, Montana, according to officials.


Wildlife Services, the Montana Invasive Species Council, the National Feral Swine Program and the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks department say the pigs could cause significant damage.
Not worried. I don't know how things are in Canada, but down here..... Our farmers, are more armed than some of our special forces.

Wild hogs are nothing more than an excuse to hold a BBQ on Wednesdays.
 

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Time to declare a bounty on each pig killed. Maybe their meat could processed into some sort of low grade feed.
Fort Benning puts a bounty on boars

About 2,000 people who are authorized to hunt on the post have been encouraged to go after the feral pigs. They must be active-duty, retired military or civilian workers at Benning and must have a license from the base.

The post is offering a $40 bounty for every pig tail that's brought in.

"We did a cost estimate with civilian contractors, but they wanted way too much money for the job," Toon said.

8 Delicious Wild Boar Recipes
 

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Given that you people have a huge feral hog problem all over the country, how can you be sure that the pigs found just north of the Canada/US Border, didn't come from the US into Canada?
 

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