Feral Hogs Negatively Affect Native Plant Communities
By: Jared B. Timmons, Blake Alldredge, William E. Rogers, and James C. Cathey
Feral hogs (Sus scrofa), are a significant economic burden to landowners due to their destructive feeding and wallowing habits that cause damage to pastures and crops. They also compete with wildlife species for available resources which can take an economic toll on landowners who manage their land for wildlife.
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