Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down to discuss feral hogs in Missouri with Jason Jensen (Missouri Dept. of Conservation’s Field Chief Community and Private Land Conservation Branch, Incident Commander, Feral Hogs Operation) and Travis Guerrant (USDA-APHIS-Wildlife Services, State Director-MO/IA).
Feral hogs are not wildlife and are an invasive, non-native, destructive species. In Missouri, a feral hog is defined as any swine that is born, living, or has lived in the wild and the offspring of such swine. For purposes of this subdivision, “in the wild” means not confined by humans to pens, houses, or other facilities designed to hold swine and prevent their escape.
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