Nothing to Snort At
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Thu Jul 30, 2015 07:44 AM CDT

ARDMORE, Okla., (DTN) -- A few years ago when the Noble Foundation announced an event to discuss the problem of feral hogs the organizers soon realized they were going to need to move the forum to another location because hundreds of people wanted to attend.

"It just underscored how significant this problem is," said Adam Calaway, a spokesman for the Noble Foundation. "They are an amazingly destructive force. They will destroy a field or a golf course."

The problem is getting worse as feral hogs are now also increasingly creeping into suburban areas. The hogs are violent and can attack ...

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