Frank BigelowGetting hunters, land owners, animal rights groups and farmers to all agree on a policy is pretty unusual in Sacramento.
However, wild pigs and the range of problems they pose has proven to be a common denominator for these folks. All parties agree damage the invasive species causes to property is immense and poses a significant health risk. As the population of wild pigs rapidly increases, problems they cause will only worsen.
Wild pigs are not native to California, but they can be...
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