Federal grant used to create an Oklahoma Feral Hog-free zone

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – It is a growing problem in Oklahoma…feral hogs.

They can quickly destroy crops, grass, pasture, and property.

A new pilot project tarts the feral hog problem in the state.

The idea is to create a ‘feral-free zone’ in southern Oklahoma.

This project is being paid for through a federal USDA grant.


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