Hogs Gone Wild

image showing destructin by wild hogsHogs Routing And Rutting Will Destroy A Beautiful Area

If wild hogs start digging up your lawn, don’t try to deal with it on your own. Let the experts at Nuisance Wildlife Removal take care of your pig problems.

Hog problems usually begin in the spring but are worsened by heavy rains. The rains push the hogs from low-lying creeks and swamps into residential areas in search of food.

Wild Hogs Are Public Domain

The hogs are considered domestic livestock and become property of the landowner once they wander onto their property, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

“It’s up to the people what they want to do with them, as long as they’re not violating any animal cruelty,” said Joy Hill, FWC spokeswoman.”

Some wild hogs have tusks and will occasionally charge at humans, especially if someone comes between a sow and her babies, said Bill Giuliano, a University of Florida wildlife conservation professor and extension specialist.
Hogs are “opportunistic” eaters, he said, and will eat just about anything, plant or animal. No one knows for sure how many feral pigs live in Florida, he said, but it is estimated to be at least 750,000.

Do Not Panic – Call The Experts

If hogs show up in your yard, give Nuisance Wildlife Removal a call at 866-263-WILD. We’ll set traps, then haul away the intruders.

CALL 866-263-WILD (9453)

2 comments on “Hogs Gone Wild

  1. Hey Malcom,I consider msylef a hardcore bbq’er and have a strong passion for this once a hobby now a living lifestyle.I usually have no problems finding my way around my pit and even teaching when I can to novices, but there Is that one area that has seemed to be my weakest, and that’s the chicken !I know it is several ppls worst category and I have a question about it, that I figured If anybody knew, it was you.My question is this,I brine my chickens and cook them whole.And I usually do great that way, but at some of these cook offs, we can only turn in half chickens.My thinking was If I brined a half a chicken wouldn’t I lose some of the awesome and effectiveness of my brine ? And at a cook off I really don’t have the time to brine.So do I need to learn a different way to smoke my chicken?I need some help, I’m kinda stuck LolTaterTater made BBQHolliday,Tx.

  2. I brine chicken for every cotnset whether it’s whole or pieces. The brine is the best way to get flavor deep into the meat. Smaller pieces require less time, so at a cotnset I go for 3-4 hours and it’s plenty of time for half chickens. I also crank up the heat on chicken. I smoke it at 275-300 until it hits 165 in the thighs and the juice runs clear. The higher temps will help you out with the skin too (bite through not chewy)

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