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Hog Poison

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Billy Shafer

05-23-2014 06:54:07
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I have heard that there is. A brand of hog poison that is supposed to come out next year. It will kill hogs but not hurt any other animals. Has anybody heard of anything.




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jeffcat

05-23-2014 17:57:30
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 Re: Hog Poison in reply to Billy Shafer, 05-23-2014 06:54:07  
Very good article on the hogs. Wow I did not know they were getting that bad. Sounds like my area were the squirrels got really bad one summer. Me and the neighbor kid shot something like 83 of them on just the three or four lots of our properties. Is it not a laugh that the STATE is going to allow hunters to hunt them ???? Oh gag me with a spoon! This is something like Austrailia years ago with the rabbits. Some body found that virus that would kill them and you had the idiot huggers trying to say it was cruel and such. The ranchers would find dead rabbits and throw them in a blender to made a paste and then they would put in food pellets and such. took care of the rabbits. NOW they need to take out the cane toads. You have to put the toads to sleep by freezing them so they feel no pain!?"? I hate idiots. My rant

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Billy Shafer

05-23-2014 19:41:52
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 Re: Hog Poison in reply to jeffcat, 05-23-2014 17:57:30  
In my part of Texas. We see them in herds of 30+ all the time. Shoot on site is the order around here.



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Mike M

05-23-2014 12:18:32
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 Re: Hog Poison in reply to Billy Shafer, 05-23-2014 06:54:07  
Used to be a warning label on the box of clay pigeons about them being toxic to hogs. Wonder if they really will eat them and if it really effects them ?



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Chris(WA)

05-23-2014 12:09:53
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 Re: Hog Poison in reply to Billy Shafer, 05-23-2014 06:54:07  
Its a salt that was used in pork preservation! How ironic! I still want a ride in a chopper killing hogs with an AR.



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CAS

05-23-2014 08:58:37
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 Re: Hog Poison in reply to Billy Shafer, 05-23-2014 06:54:07  
Google new feral hog poison. There are several articles.



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Ivan in Mich

05-23-2014 08:36:22
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 Re: Hog Poison in reply to Billy Shafer, 05-23-2014 06:54:07  
I think it is called lead fired out of your gun



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soundguy

05-23-2014 18:05:11
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 Re: Hog Poison in reply to Ivan in Mich, 05-23-2014 08:36:22  
i'd rather hunt them back into population control than waste by poison...



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