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Old 08-01-2013, 12:42 PM   #1
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Default Wild Boar Hunting...

What I hear about is all the farmers who want us

to hunt wild boar on their land.

What I'm not actually seeing is any real

opportunities to hunt wild boar on farms.

Perhaps we should form some sort of

group to organize hunting to eliminate these

pests, which destroy crops and machinery, and

are also a hazard to life and limb.


Any thoughts?



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Old 08-04-2013, 11:30 PM   #2
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You probably need to approach the farmers personally and ask them. That may work better then an association. If they know who and when hunters are on the property, they may be more willing to agree to it. It works that way in Pennsylvania.



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Love go hunting let me know when where

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We do it all the time over here. The piggies are very destructive and we cannot thin their numbers. They also cause lots of auto accidents. Both the native and Russian boars can seriously injure or kill someone. I wish I could join you. Good luck and a successful harvest.

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What I hear about is all the farmers who want us

to hunt wild boar on their land.

What I'm not actually seeing is any real

opportunities to hunt wild boar on farms.

Perhaps we should form some sort of

group to organize hunting to eliminate these

pests, which destroy crops and machinery, and

are also a hazard to life and limb.


Any thoughts?
Knock on doors and ask. If someone says yes, ask if you can haul hay or something to help on the place.

I baked Bourbon chocolate pecan pies to give the landowners that let me turkey hunt here in WI.
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Knock on doors and ask. If someone says yes, ask if you can haul hay or something to help on the place.

I baked Bourbon chocolate pecan pies to give the landowners that let me turkey hunt here in WI.
Very nice!
I would let you hunt spiders in my shop for only one bite of such a pie!
Have you a good recipe?
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Very nice!
I would let you hunt spiders in my shop for only one bite of such a pie!
Have you a good recipe?
It is a recipe from a Southern Living cookbook someone gave my wife over 20 years ago, and so easy to make. I will get you the recipe.
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It is a recipe from a Southern Living cookbook someone gave my wife over 20 years ago, and so easy to make. I will get you the recipe.
Sounds great!
Back to the pig hunt!
Thanks!
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The funny thing here in Texas with hunting hogs on private property is the land owners/farmers/ranchers all want you to pay them to rid them of their problem.
I don't mind helping someone out,but I refuse to pay them for a job they are wanting you to do for them. I have plenty of hogs running around my deer lease,and that's the only hunting that I'll pay for,and it's pretty cheap for 12 months of critter killing.Here's a few pics of some of the hogs that are around two of my feeders on the ranch,and these are the smaller groups that we have running around up there.





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Well I ran up the flag, nobody saluted.

I wonder if there's a farmer's forum?



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