Recognizing Feral Hog Sign

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This 3-page publication discusses rooting damage, crop damage, wallows, rubs, tracks, trails, droppings, and beds.

To develop management strategies for feral hogs, a landowner or manager must understand their behaviors and recognize their signs. This publication discusses rooting damage, crop damage, wallows, rubs, tracks, trails, droppings, and beds. (3 pages)

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