Wildlife for Lunch - Feral Hogs
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Jun 17, 2010 1:00 pm US/Eastern
Length: 01:30 (hh:mm)
- Eric Taylor
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June 17, 2010
12:00 noon - 1:30pm (CENTRAL)
Professor and Wildlife & Fisheries Specialist, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Feral hogs continue to expand their range and populations across the United States. Landowners often bear the brunt of the damage caused by feral hogs, including depredation of newly established pine plantations, row crops, pastures and even livestock. This presentation offers detailed information on the life history and expansion of feral hogs in the United States while providing landowners with viable control alternatives to abate the damage they cause on privately owned lands.
Participants are eligible to receive one hour of Laws and Regs ceu credit toward their TX pesticide license.
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- TWAMembershipPacket.pdf (1244Kb)