You can kill them down to where they rarely pop up...but they'll never be gone completely. I killed 51 on my place alone last year, and have only taken damage twice in 2021, both times in February. Ive enjoyed seven months of no hog activity...but I know that soon enough I'll have them back over here.You think the pigs will ever be gone or “under control”?
Guess what I had on game camera last night in two different places...I guess when they think the pressure is gone they will return. I had a bunch come around our place out of nowhere last year around September it wasn’t until maybe March this year that I quit seeing them. Don’t know if The neighbors and I killed them all or if they just left. I went to work one morning and when I came back my entire place looked like it had been tilled I talking right up to the house clear down to the pond and all the way down the road. In 10 hours I don’t think you could have turned that much dirt on a tractor. I couldn’t believe how much destruction they caused in such a short amount of time it was unreal. I can’t mow now without spurs on my heels so I can keep the mower beneath me.
I'll have to get on my laptop later and find the photos, but I've killed one on this place that was the same size as a 7 point (same location, different times).
A couple of ways to do it...one uses a heart girth divided by length scale, the other way is just a heart girth measurement formula...both are university tested.How do they get that system for measuring I’ve heard you mention it a few times and have meant to ask.