AU researchers help landowners battle wild pigs with management guide | Environment
Wild pigs have become a big problem in the Southeast as they destroy billions of dollars in crops annually, compete with other native wildlife species, and wreak havoc on forests, pastures and food plots. An Auburn University professor and his colleagues have created a book to help landowners manage the rapidly increasing population of wild pigs.
The joint publication of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and the Mississippi State University Extension Service provides practical information to landowners on managing wild pig populations.
A print copy of the book can be ordered for $5 from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, or a free downloadable copy is available. For either format, click here.
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Source: Auburn University Office of Comunications and Marketing
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