A U.S.D.A. helicopter works to turn part of a herd of about 80 feral pigs just south of the Kansas/Oklahoma border so an aerial gunner can eliminate the herd. It's estimated feral pigs cause at least $200 annually, per animal, in agricultural damages. They also carry diseases that can be fatal to humans, pets and livestock.
A U.S.D.A. helicopter works to turn part of a herd of about 80 feral pigs just south of the Kansas/Oklahoma border so an aerial gunner can eliminate the herd. It's estimated feral pigs cause at least $200 annually, per animal, in agricultural damages. They also carry diseases that can be fatal to humans, pets and livestock. The Wichita Eagle
A U.S.D.A. helicopter works to turn part of a herd of about 80 feral pigs just south of the Kansas/Oklahoma border so an aerial gunner can eliminate the herd. It's estimated feral pigs cause at least $200 annually, per animal, in agricultural damages. They also carry diseases that can be fatal to humans, pets and livestock. The Wichita Eagle

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March 09, 2014 09:29 AM

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