Wild Hogs

Wild Pigs (Sus Scrofa): Wild pig is a generic term that was derived from wild boar and feral hogs that hybridized through reproduction. Wild pigs will consume anything from grains and vegetables to goats, lambs, and calves.

Damage Control and Prevention Methods:  Wild Pigs cause extensive damage to levees, wildlife food plots, agricultural crops and pastures as well as native plants, fungi and the environment.

Exclusion: Exclusion is impractical. C.R.N.A.C employees are trained in the latest exclusion and trapping methods to remove these destructive bovines.

Zoonoses: Diseases that can be passed to humans from wild pigs are Cholera, Swine brucellosis, Trichinosis, Foot and Mouth disease, African swine fever, Leptospirosis, E. Coli, Salmonellosis, Toxoplasmosis, Swine influenza, Giardiasis, Cryptosporidiosis, Rabies, and Pseudorabies Virus (PRV


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