"Last spring I found about 40 wild hogs grazing among the cattle in the oat field", says David Smitherman, who manages a cattle operation for his father, J.C. Smitherman, at Franklin. "So I ran those hogs out of there with my pickup," he continues, "and what did they do? They went over and rooted through the Tifton 85 bermuda I planted last year. The damage is so bad it will take a box blade to level the field."
The Feral Hog - An Unwanted Four-Legged PLOW Robert Fears The Cattleman; Nov 2008; 95, 6; Docstoc pg. 112 Reprod
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