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Old 01-09-2013, 03:04 AM   #1
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Is New Mexico over run with pigs? Where are they ?



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Do you mean Javelina?



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Is New Mexico over run with pigs? Where are they ?
There are alot of pigs in new mex I own a large ranch between roswell an clovis an have a butt load on my place, as far a javalina we have them but not in high numbers
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Do you mean Javelina?
I think I am more after a boar. Are the Javelina's smaller? I need a big head with the tusks hanging out.
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I think I am more after a boar. Are the Javelina's smaller? I need a big head with the tusks hanging out.
The javas are tiny a big one goes 50 pounds if u want the tusks then a big old boar is best altho the javas sport a nice set of cutters
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The Javelina skull sitting on my desk is about average. It has 2 inch teeth.

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The Javelina skull sitting on my desk is about average. It has 2 inch teeth.
2" isnt bad for these parts now u get into arizona an ol mexico an far south texas, you will get into some bad mamma jammas. I killed a boar jav with 5" munchers over in ol mex on a desert muley hunt an coues deer.


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