Following Science Through The Process: How is the ag industry combating feral hog intrusion?

The ag industry continues working to combat feral hog intrusion.
According to USDA, the invasive species causes more than $2 billion dollars in agriculture damages each year, leaving many farmers looking for solutions.

Aaron Sumrall with Pig Brig spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on how wild hog populations have become a big issue, the threat they pose to ag, and current methods being used to combat the problem.

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