Owning land is the dream of many, regardless of where they lay their head, as apparent by the realty markets across this great country. Land ownership provides freedoms that few witness but multitudes aspire to experience and finds its way to the bucket list of goals in the lives of many. It is nothing short of breathtaking to walk out on the porch on a cool morning with a cup of coffee, listening to the call of the birds welcoming the sun to a new day of God’s Creation, especially on your own land. Once the coffee is down and the nostalgia of the morning begins to wane, it is time to go to work to be the good steward of the land that ownership requires.
With their incessant feeding, wild pigs leave a path of destruction wherever they go. Whether Spring, Summer, Winter, or Fall, if you own a farm in pig country, understanding your enemy is the first step to defeating it. Learn more about seasonal dynamics of feral pigs in this article.
While we may wonder why the wild pig wanders, it's not a mystery to these drifting grunters. Read more to learn the nomadic tendencies of wild pigs and how you can plan their next move to maximize your next catch.
If there’s a problem with feral pigs, it’s that they keep making more feral pigs. And when it comes to wild pigs and reproduction, there’s a lot of misinformation out there. It’s time to set the record straight. Here's the three most pervasive myths and fertility facts about feral pigs.