Range of Operation
Meet the Agents
Feral Hog FAQs
WE KILL HOGS!
... We do not barr hogs, we kill hogs
... We do not relocate hogs, we kill hogs
... We do not selectively kill hogs, we kill all hogs
... We kill hogs until you tell us to stop killing hogs!
Who are we?
We don't work that way- we kill every hog on your property we can, while respecting your property. We will work with you to create a clear and simple contract between us, respecting you, the landowners, wishes as to the level of access and disturbance to the property, length of time you want us to work on hog control, and methods you want used.
How does this work?
Bow hunting is the least obtrusive, but also least effective method. It works well in a situation with a small number of hogs on a small property, especially in a suburban setting. Gun hunting works much the same, only in areas where a gunshot won't cause problems with the neighbors.
Dog hunting is used in cases where there are a few smart hogs that avoid traps and continue to cause problems.
Trapping is our preferred methodology. In terms of manpower, it has a far better return than hunting. However, it is the most intrusive in terms of land disturbance (there will be one or more traps set up on the property for weeks to months) and our need to access them (traps, once set, need to be checked and maintained regularly). However, for large properties with high numbers of hogs, this is the best option available. A well designed and operating trap can catch a large percentage of a herd of hogs at one time, while shooting one of them would scatter the herd for hours or days.