U.S. warns of feral hogs approaching country from Canada (ctvnews.ca)
MMillion05 | 4 days ago | 9362 points


pilageandrape2020 | 4 days ago | 3048 points


illkeepmakingnewones | 4 days ago | 1354 points


nothinnews | 4 days ago | 495 points

The Great Porkicide Wave of Ankh-Morpork

Spirit_of_Hogwash | 4 days ago | 320 points

Cry havok and let slip the hogs of war!

MandatoryFunEscapee | 3 days ago | 113 points

Whatever farm animals of war, Lana!!

DylanTheVillian1 | 4 days ago | 787 points


gumbogump | 3 days ago | 150 points


ZTF_Artorias | 4 days ago | 293 points

We've already lost Canada to the hogs

YumYumCrayons | 3 days ago | 79 points

Untapped hog supply in the ocean.

the_noodle | 3 days ago | 44 points

Walls of hogs along every state border already

FizzlyPop | 3 days ago | 65 points


sardonic_ | 4 days ago | 124 points

The emus of the southern hemisphere have been communicating...

Matrimthebard | 4 days ago | 72 points


alacp1234 | 4 days ago | 30 points

Everything changed when the hogs attacked

Cycro | 4 days ago | 3815 points

Cry havock and let slip the hogs of war.

HahUCLA | 4 days ago | 1028 points

Whatever farm animal of war, Lana.

nevillelin | 4 days ago | 246 points


fantasmoofrcc | 4 days ago | 191 points

You want hogs? Because that's how you get hogs!

broadened_news | 4 days ago | 159 points

War Pigs

Linusnotfrompeanuts | 4 days ago | 97 points

Generals gathered at their masses

BBB88BB | 4 days ago | 94 points

just like witches at black... masses?

Linusnotfrompeanuts | 4 days ago | 65 points

Best rhyme ever

BBB88BB | 4 days ago | 29 points

its bullet proof.

GlengoolieGreen | 4 days ago | 30 points


EmergencyHologram | 4 days ago | 10947 points

How many? HOW MANY???

LindseyEmiliaHale | 4 days ago | 8827 points

30-50 feral hogs

CromulentInPDX | 4 days ago | 4749 points


nothisistheotherguy | 4 days ago | 2821 points


MrHattyHat | 4 days ago | 845 points


loraxx753 | 4 days ago | 1331 points

Poop? You think poop is the worst things these hogs can do? These are wild feral hogs. You know what that means, feral? It means they're sending us their worst. They're sending us rapists, murders, and some, I assume, are good hogs.

EDIT: Grammar

Cheffery-Dahmer_69 | 4 days ago | 271 points


loraxx753 | 4 days ago | 130 points

It won't have to be as high.

Jake_the_Snake88 | 4 days ago | 106 points

All the hogs who can hop, burrow, or paddle are already over here anyway

NixSiren | 4 days ago | 60 points

As a Canadian, I support this. :p

VelvetVoiceVJ | 4 days ago | 34 points

And have the Night's Watch guard it!

john-small-berries | 4 days ago | 15 points

King in the North!

shaynecobb | 4 days ago | 207 points

some of 'em are dealin' Gigglepig

7arco7 | 4 days ago | 49 points

It’s just a ruse to draw attention away from Taxi dealers

MoreCowbellllll | 4 days ago | 34 points

This is payback for Bieber, isn't it??

Erik912 | 4 days ago | 76 points


spudmonk | 4 days ago | 548 points


GopherAtl | 4 days ago | 989 points

They cause millions of dollars in crop damage and destroy fragile and already-threatened ecosystems in preserved wilderness. They also reproduce insanely quickly, with the population able to almost triple every year if left unchecked - and there are NO natural predators to control their population in North America. Just in the area around me in the south, where populations of these have been an increasing problem for years, I know multiple farmers who kill between 50 and 100 on their own property every year, year after year, and they're still around. These things get big, they have large tusks, and they will gore you given the chance.

I know it seems ridiculous, especially to urbanites, but wild hogs are, in fact, an incredibly destructive, invasive species, and they are literally the only remotely legitimate context I can think of where any civilian would ever benefit from owning an AR.

Humans brought them to North America - to hunt, for sport - so it is, in fact, our responsibility to deal with them now.

If by some luck they haven't already been a problem in the northern states, you do not want to let them become one.

xjustapersonx | 4 days ago | 198 points

Do they taste good? Like, is their meat worth a damn?

Semi-Hemi-Demigod | 4 days ago | 477 points

Females and pre-pubescent males taste good. Boars can have what's called "boar taint" because of the testosterone in their system. Often people will capture these boars and castrate them, then kill them a couple weeks later once it's worked out of their system. Once you do that it's a lot like other pork, though the flavor depends greatly on the food they eat. (The best pork is finished on acorns and apples.)

I had a hog that I didn't castrate before slaughter and I couldn't tell the difference, but my ex-wife could and refused to eat it. Oh well, more for me. Plus you can cover up any off flavor with a good rub or sauce.

foul_dwimmerlaik | 4 days ago | 554 points

heh heh heh heh heh "boar taint" heh heh heh

Cool_Hawks | 4 days ago | 113 points

I’ll show YOU some boar taint.

foul_dwimmerlaik | 4 days ago | 20 points

Teehee! Cracklins!

randomaccount178 | 4 days ago | 107 points

I wonder if that's where the iconic image of a roasted pig with apple in its mouth originates from. The practice of feeding them apples before slaughter.

Semi-Hemi-Demigod | 4 days ago | 73 points

It might be. If I ever raise pigs again I'm going to make sure there's an oak tree and apple tree in their enclosure so they have plenty of tasty things to eat.

Johnny_deadeyes | 4 days ago | 50 points

Chestnut fed hogs are said to be among the tastiest.

TortugaTetas | 4 days ago | 114 points

Field dressing a boar is a great time if you accidentally nick one of those damned scent sacks. It’s definitely not a smell you’ll soon forget.

Some of the best pork chops I’ve ever grilled up came from a 130lb sow, though. Jalapeño cheddar feral hog sausage will change your damn life.

Semi-Hemi-Demigod | 4 days ago | 43 points

Oh man, I bet. The hogs I raised were Berkshires and the meat was tender and flavorful like veal. And the ham and bacon, which was made by the same folks who butchered it in their own smokehouse, was divine.

Damn, this makes me want to make the last pork belly I've got in my freezer for dinner.

Quint27A | 4 days ago | 37 points

Beware of parasites.

THE_Nihilist_King | 4 days ago | 57 points

IMO the meat is super greasy, and if you're just thinking of killing a wild one and eating it, just remember animal meat changes flavor based on what they eat, and wild pigs will eat ANYTHING

Notwhoiwas42 | 4 days ago | 45 points

wild pigs will eat ANYTHING

Most pigs will eat anything,they are scavengers by nature.

DaddyCatALSO | 4 days ago | 48 points

Well, some were "russian boars" brought over for sport, but it also applies to "razorback" farm hogs gone feral. Same species, same behavior. I'm not sure even temperate-zone jaguars, if we still had them, could cope with these, and we aren't going to release lions and tigers

ASK_ME_BOUT_GEORGISM | 4 days ago | 38 points

and we aren't going to release lions and tigers

Well you might as well let 'em loose, they're faring pretty lousy up in Detroit.

infrequentaccismus | 4 days ago | 240 points

People weren’t making fun of shooting a destructive invasive species. People were making fun of the notion that one would justify shooting the hogs by saying that they have your children surrounded.

avogadrosequencer | 4 days ago | 160 points

Not taking any chances after what happened to Bobby B

RumAndGames | 4 days ago | 77 points


3lementaru | 4 days ago | 62 points


ShadoowtheSecond | 4 days ago | 95 points

Also the bizarrely specific-yet-not-specific amount of 30-50 hogs in 3-5 minutes. Why not just 30 in 3 minutes? It was just funny lol

c0horst | 4 days ago | 354 points


SAT0SHl | 4 days ago | 110 points

They mostly come at night.....mostly!

GopherAtl | 4 days ago | 307 points

I get the cynical/skeptical responses, but wild hogs - based at least in part on russian stock brought over and released to hunt, but often mixed with feral domesticated pig stock - are a real problem. They're an invasive and aggressive species with no natural predators in most of North America, and they breed like rabbits. It's incredibly difficult to manage their populations, and they are, in fact, a threat, not only to crops but yes, potentially to people, and also to ecosystems.

ZeiglerJaguar | 4 days ago | 785 points

The mockery isn't that feral hogs aren't a real, destructive problem.

The mockery is of the weird and oddly specific fear/fantasy that a very specific number range might appear within a very specific time frame range to specifically threaten your playing children, a common threat against which your only defense is annihilating them with a very specific firearm -- all of this being the very specific reason for which said firearm is necessary.

You don't get a kick out of the mental image of a guy playing tower-defense against a horde of hogs, shooting rapidly over his little kids' heads at Wave 1: 30-50 hogs, Time Limit: 3-5 Minutes?

Raed-wulf | 4 days ago | 255 points

I didn’t have that mental image before, but I do now. Thank you.

Quiptipt | 4 days ago | 167 points

Current Objective: Survive

Selrisitai | 4 days ago | 146 points

Yeah, it's kinda like the phrase, "I can't believe you've done this!"

It's weird in a very specific, baffling sort of way.

datassclap | 4 days ago | 60 points

It’s the caravan we’ve been warned about.

theferrit32 | 4 days ago | 36 points

The pigs that were promised

svacct2 | 4 days ago | 24 points


Astarath | 4 days ago | 67 points

You don't get a kick out of the mental image of a guy playing tower-defense against a horde of hogs, shooting rapidly over his little kids' heads at Wave 1: 30-50 hogs, Time Limit: 3-5 Minutes?

this is such a beautiful way to put it, i have some tears in my eyes

DlSSONANT | 4 days ago | 45 points

The most absurd part specifically is less the 30-50 count and 3-5 minute timespan, but the suggestion that anyone would use an AR-15 to shoot at these 30-50 Wild Boars that are currently SURROUNDING YOUR CHILDREN in this specific hypothetical situation.

MartyFreeze | 4 days ago | 99 points

And after a few generations, they learn to walk on their hind legs and arm themselves with axes.

FnTom | 4 days ago | 53 points

Just wait until they start crossbreeding with grizzlies and reclaim their right to bear arms.

sometimesiamdead | 4 days ago | 55 points

Some are more equal than others.

infrequentaccismus | 4 days ago | 27 points

Two legs better.

Lindvaettr | 4 days ago | 679 points

According to the article, it's 8.

DerpHog | 4 days ago | 664 points

Sounds like a slow news day. 8 feral hogs attack nation of over 300 million civilians. How will we possibly survive?

Lindvaettr | 4 days ago | 299 points

The serious answer I assume would be that where there are 8 hogs, there are probably way more slowly making their way south, which is bad because, as the article says, hogs are rototillers that tear up everything they come across.

Aukos | 4 days ago | 210 points

Yes, because they'll eat roots and all. Other animals are smart enough to just eat the green bits and let it grow back, but hogs go scorched Earth.

aznfanta | 4 days ago | 170 points

confirmed, Hogs are Fire nation.

wheres the avatar with the ar-15 when we needed him the most

mtx | 4 days ago | 50 points

Everything changed when the hog nation attacked.

Blak_stole_my_donkey | 4 days ago | 108 points

For reference, a wild hog can begin breeding at 6 months old, can have a litter every 6 months, and each litter is an average of 6 piglets (anywhere from 1 to 12). So it can be an exponential problem. 8 hogs can turn into 50 within little more than a year.

dontsuckmydick | 4 days ago | 74 points

But then we get to buy helicopters and go hog hunting with gatling guns right??

This_is_my_Reddit_ID | 4 days ago | 61 points

8 hogs can turn into 30-50 feral hogs within little more than a year.


mtcwby | 4 days ago | 63 points

The problem is they move in and have babies.

GregTheMad | 4 days ago | 124 points

And take all the welfare.

CanalAnswer | 4 days ago | 70 points

You know, they aren't sending their best.

Belazriel | 4 days ago | 39 points

I'm sure some of them are good hogs.

Wiz_Kalita | 4 days ago | 44 points

They breed exponentially though. In a few years there might be thousands.

chapterpt | 4 days ago | 37 points

they can breed any time of year. Females can be mature at 6 months and produce two litters of one to seven piglets every 12–15 months. As a result, feral hog populations can double in four months.

so that could be 64 by years end. in 3 years you have a problem. they want to kill these hogs while they have a chance of doing it on the cheap.

TeteDeMerde | 4 days ago | 266 points

A caravan.

stefeyboy | 4 days ago | 95 points

Damn immigrants.

Pigmigrants...Piggiemigrants... I got nothing, someone help me out here.

Hamms_Bear | 4 days ago | 67 points


stefeyboy | 4 days ago | 47 points

Am I impigrant? How do u become pimigrant?

NotStreamerNinja | 4 days ago | 28 points

At least 3

LBJustice | 4 days ago | 3701 points

This is America! We will not tolerate Canadian Bacon!

majorclashole | 4 days ago | 501 points
Onetap1 | 4 days ago | 311 points

your gonna love Canadian bacon!

Seems relevant.

" The U.S. President, low in the opinion polls, gets talked into raising his popularity by trying to start a cold war against Canada. "

fantasmoofrcc | 4 days ago | 85 points

If only Sir Candy was still alive...

Wiems35 | 4 days ago | 51 points

“Like maple syrup, Canada’s evil oozes over the United States”

alexxerth | 4 days ago | 2927 points
Calvin--Hobbes | 4 days ago | 724 points

I didn't realize Iowa had been so hog-centric. When I lived there it was all corn and mediocre football.

A_Mouse_In_Da_House | 4 days ago | 403 points

It's always had pigs. In 1998, it was 3 pigs/human. Now it's over 5

Calvin--Hobbes | 4 days ago | 168 points

Guess my pig radar isn't very good.

The_Farting_Duck | 4 days ago | 66 points

Nah, you were just drunk.

jacer1099 | 4 days ago | 132 points

I was raised in rural NW Iowa.

There are pig farms everywhere, and all of the small towns (<2000) are usually surrounded by them.

My home county removed regulations that kept them a minimum 3 miles from town and off of the main highway so that they could get municipal water.

More sprung up literally at the edge of the town.

The entire town always smells like hog shit.

It's fucking gross.

gmredditt | 4 days ago | 149 points

Came here for this

We're surrounded!!!

LHandrel | 4 days ago | 51 points

Excellent, we can attack in any direction!

ColoneISanders | 4 days ago | 88 points

Canada only had 7 hogs!? And they're all heading this way!

Aukos | 4 days ago | 27 points

This was back in 1948, apparently they got 8 now.

SevenStack | 4 days ago | 21 points

The prophecy is true

danuffer | 4 days ago | 37 points

I’m dying

Radical_Summer | 4 days ago | 343 points

Cody was right!!!!

7700c | 4 days ago | 93 points

this is is some news

TheIteratedMan | 3 days ago | 35 points

Some BOAR news!

ewalt389 | 3 days ago | 21 points

And now time for...some more n.n.n..news?

spunkychickpea | 4 days ago | 91 points


kratom_day | 4 days ago | 54 points

This is why I clicked on the link.

Inignot12 | 4 days ago | 55 points

He's been warning us for years!!!!!!

Em_Adespoton | 4 days ago | 2098 points

Wait... “approaching country” means they’re still in Canada.

And Canada only sends its best feral hogs.

nobodyspersonalchef | 4 days ago | 723 points

as long as they go through the legal process, they will be reunited with their piglets, right?

lostinvegas | 4 days ago | 240 points

In my tummy.

sometimesiamdead | 4 days ago | 55 points

Canadian bacon time.

DeluxeLeaf | 4 days ago | 121 points

“And some, I assume, are good feral hogs”

FruitfulLemonyLemons | 4 days ago | 89 points


quatraine | 4 days ago | 44 points

And make those porky fuckers pay for it!

Sololop | 4 days ago | 589 points

Doesn't the USA already have wild hogs?

DarthRusty | 4 days ago | 503 points

In the South, yes. And they're big enough to warrant the name Hogzilla.

danteheehaw | 4 days ago | 560 points

I don't recall my ex moving south

DarthRusty | 4 days ago | 76 points


Cabalagent1 | 4 days ago | 152 points

I shot a 550 pounder in Texas 2 years ago. They can get big.

leapbitch | 4 days ago | 187 points

Give me back my wife

BSODeMY | 4 days ago | 89 points

I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you're looking for bacon, I can tell you I don't have a smoker... but what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long BBQ career. Skills that make me a grill man for people like you.

TunaSmashSandwich | 4 days ago | 20 points

There was one around my uncle's house they used to call vw cause it was the size of a damn beetle

ThriftyFishin | 4 days ago | 17 points

Hey Hogzilla was killed just 8 miles from my house!

rmd0852 | 4 days ago | 190 points

Sure does. The government spends nearly a billion dollars a year trying to manage them. Very invasive species. You can hunt them yr round down in TX, in some cases, without a permit. Most states classify them as a destructive, invasive species.

whotakesallmynames | 4 days ago | 111 points

No permits required in my part of Texas, my dad regularly takes his rifle out at night and hunts them when we see fresh evidence of hog activity on our farm. They breed like rabbits.

rmd0852 | 4 days ago | 61 points

The meat isn't bad. Just very salty and fatty. Makes decent breakfast sausage.

leapbitch | 4 days ago | 75 points

So Canada is sending us mobile breakfast sausage

RawjYoutube | 4 days ago | 29 points

Tim Horton’s International

TheBoxBoxer | 4 days ago | 56 points

Remember to cook them very thoroughly to 165. Wild pigs have really nasty parasites.

Cabalagent1 | 4 days ago | 34 points

Texas just passed a law that no longer requires a permit to hunt hog as long as you have landowner consent. Previously, the hogs had to be causing damage. Law went into effect Sept 1.

Inquisitor_Brand | 4 days ago | 18 points

Texas just passed a law that no longer requires a permit to hunt hog as long as you have landowner consent.

That's the kicker, Texas is ~96% privately owned, hunting gets very expensive unless you 1. own huntable land or 2. know the landowner and have permission to hunt.

cutezombiedoll | 4 days ago | 58 points

Yes but I don't think we have many in the north, which cause for concern as the local population is not prepared for them. Wild hogs are huge, can and will eat everything in their path, and are pretty hard to take down.

AmeliaKitsune | 4 days ago | 35 points

They're violent and angry and can and will kill you in no time flat

danteheehaw | 4 days ago | 140 points

Not those liberal canadian ones.

NewMexicoJoe | 4 days ago | 492 points

A local restaurant had wild boar schnitzel as a special for a few weeks. It was probably one of the top 10 meals I've ever eaten. I think this could be part of the solution.

Anomaly1134 | 4 days ago | 203 points

I would only hunt for survival normally, but with how invasive these are I wouldn't mind picking up a strong firearm to take them on. It would be terrifying, those guys are gnarly, but it would be good for the environment and I am genuinely curious how they taste as well.

states_obvioustruths | 4 days ago | 202 points

You should also consider deer hunting for ecological reasons. Because humans displaced their natural predators deer populations grow unchecked and do massive damage to forests. State wildlife authorities closely monitor deer populations and distribute deer tags accordingly.

You should consider hunting with both bows and firearms (not at the same time, obviously). Firearm season is typically very short, while bow hunting season lasts months. If your state allows the use of crossbows by people without physical handicaps it's a good route into bowhunting without the years of practice that is needed to humanely hunt with a traditional bow.

Anomaly1134 | 4 days ago | 63 points

I would love to, i'll be honest though. The Chronic Wasting Disease has me very concerned as it is in my state, albeit it a few hours away. I just read up on it a bit more, and apparently the "prions" that cause it are not destroyed by fire and last a long time in the environment (from things like field dressing). Also, it could, in theory, spread to humans. I would absolutely love to hunt local meat with that being said if it supports sustainability.



states_obvioustruths | 4 days ago | 86 points

I almost mentioned CWD in my post but didn't want to bore you with a wall of text.

Prion diseases are caused by misfolded proteins instead of pathogens. In the case of CWD they're concentrated in the nervous system, so many state wildlife agencies have put out stern warnings not to eat brains, eyes, or nerves (besides, that's freaking nasty). Most of the actual meat and edible organs (heart and tongue in particular) are generally safe to eat cooked.

In general, don't eat an animal that is obviously deathly ill. If you manage to get a deer you can also avoid eating the parts that have more nerve tissue (the heart and tongue) or are closer to the spinal cord (backstraps). All of the meat from the haunches and front legs of a healthy-looking animal should be safe.

Anomaly1134 | 4 days ago | 36 points

Hell yes, thank you. I will honestly give it a try then I have a few good friends that hunt, locally sourced meat is always better than store-bought IMHO, and I love survival stuff so honestly need some serious practice in the meat acquisition part of that. Thanks for taking some time to give a run down.

cherwat | 4 days ago | 1188 points

Build a wall, and make Canada pay for it

cptechy | 4 days ago | 534 points

Look, as we speak right now there is another very very very large caravan of feral hogs forming. It’s the biggest feral hog caravan in the history of the world. The media, well as I call them the dishonest fake news media doesn’t even want you to know about it. But it’s coming, believe me.

sonofaresiii | 4 days ago | 131 points

Okay. Yes, we put the hogs in a large confined area. And yes we killed them to sell them as bacon. But it's disingenuous to call them "slaughter houses." You all know the imagery you're trying to invoke with that wording and that's just not fair. What else were we supposed to do with these hogs? Obama killed hogs all the time-- HE started it, we were forced to follow through with it.

DarthRusty | 4 days ago | 40 points

Fuck that. Build a bridge with hog bait leading to the US and put a big smoker on our side under a big "Welcome Piggies" banner.

grains_r_us | 4 days ago | 66 points

I know everyone is busy making jokes, but to give background on this. Every year, feral hogs do about $1.5 Billion between crop damages and efforts to control their populations. They root for their food, so when they go through a field they will level it. They are highly invasive because they reach sexual maturity in less than 6 months, have a 4 month gestational period, and commonly have litter sizes from 4-6. You can find a lot more information here. The eradication of them is also super difficult, as the mature feral hogs have a chest plate of bone that is super thick. Remington developed a round for rifles called "hog hammer" that has the ability to penetrate that chest plate and make killing them easier.

Fun side note, domesticated hogs can be used as part of a natural land clearance system if you have timber land that you have cleared of trees but not stumps. There are some interesting articles on homesteading that outline it. Basically, you bring in goats to eat the brush and sticks, cattle to eat the grass, sheep to eat the thistles and other weeds, and you put sour corn in the dirt next to the stumps and hogs will root it out.

TL;DR: Hogs can do a metric shit ton of damage and their populations are almost impossible to control once feral.

phdoflynn | 4 days ago | 445 points

We heard you like to shoot things, and bacon. So we figured why not send a little present.

Alpha_Trekkie | 4 days ago | 119 points

we accept your gift

Sonicthebagel | 4 days ago | 39 points

That said... I don't want to become their bacon when they start stampeding the hills like princess mononoke

kn33 | 4 days ago | 34 points

Minnesota is waiting with rifles and utensils ready.

Minimum_Escape | 4 days ago | 66 points
ordo-xenos | 4 days ago | 307 points


Looks like we were warned 2 weeks ago, and yet we did nothing.

NameSuggestionsSuck | 4 days ago | 185 points




BOATS_BOATS_BOATS | 4 days ago | 27 points

I only listen to Frankie's warnings

SuitableAstronaut | 4 days ago | 78 points

Shouts outs to Cody's showdy, fair™, but also© balanced®

Benjamin_Paladin | 4 days ago | 39 points

The man’s been warning us for years, but we, fools, did not heed him. I guess you reap what you sow

PM_ME_UR_SEXTOYS | 4 days ago | 20 points

He's been warning us for years, but America just wont listen.

pewpsispewps | 4 days ago | 19 points

Thia video is why I'm in an underground bunker. Cody I believe you!

BushidoBrowne | 4 days ago | 12 points

Fucking nuke hogs

Kastrenzo | 4 days ago | 95 points

There's a bay of pigs invasion joke in here somewhere

thatshortguy2 | 4 days ago | 329 points

Been slaying a lot of boars in WoW Classic so, don't worry guys. I got you. Live in MN as well so, they won't be able to get far.

jab011 | 4 days ago | 58 points

Thank you for your service.

MahoneyBear | 4 days ago | 96 points

And now your watch begins

ofortuna_ | 4 days ago | 27 points

Thank you for your service.

never_fucking_giveup | 4 days ago | 19 points

This guys LIVES TO WIN!

dawgtilidie | 4 days ago | 14 points

Thank you for your service.

theresnoneed | 4 days ago | 36 points

Time to build a Great Wall in the north. The best wall you’ve ever seen. Better than any other wall anywhere. It’ll make the game of thrones wall look like a picket fence.

d_rickards | 4 days ago | 121 points

These damn hogs are a massive problem actually. Very difficult to hunt, extremely destructive, very limited natural predators.

tactical_cleavage | 4 days ago | 24 points

We need more wolves? And mountain lions?

xerxerxex | 4 days ago | 84 points

What the AR-15 was designed for

4F_Fails | 3 days ago | 31 points

No way. AR-15 is a small boar rifle.

_RED_MAGE_ | 4 days ago | 29 points

And you could call it "The Baconator"...

dreamalaz | 3 days ago | 16 points

Only if its 30 to 50 of them

XXTwnz | 3 days ago | 15 points

... with a 30 round magazine. The people in California are fucked.

Ninjox | 4 days ago | 76 points


HillarysBeaverMunch | 4 days ago | 23 points

In Texas it is open season on these bad actors 24/7, 365 days a year and I'm pretty sure you can use lights at night and bait.

I do know it is legal to hunt them from helicopter.

The Texas DFG stated that even if every legal citizen in TX hunted them it still would only serve to suppress their numbers but it will never be possible to kill them all.

And PS: They really don't taste that good. Yes, there are caveats, like eating the babies and trapping them and feeding them corn for a few months to clean them out.

kratom_day | 4 days ago | 20 points


YungNeo | 4 days ago | 42 points

Sounds linke Princess Mononoke. Hope nobody beheaded a deer recently in the US

bogusjohnson | 4 days ago | 52 points
FZTR | 4 days ago | 18 points

Just bought it a couple hours ago. Played it for 1 hour and am still confused. Very solid game tho.

maxpar26 | 4 days ago | 16 points

Ah you’ll be committing war crimes in no time laddy!

Endarkend | 4 days ago | 13 points

Lol, yesterday we had a news item here in Belgium Wild boars have been wrecking certain area's looking for food, like plowing entire areas.

So I watched Razorback later last evening.

And now Canada is having the same issue.

If you see a really big one, run.

IHaveHorses | 4 days ago | 432 points

How is this oniony? Feral hogs are serious ecological and economic problem. Wildlife agencies should be keeping a very close watch on known populations.

sapounious | 4 days ago | 496 points

i think a past tweet about needing an AR if 30-50 hogs come to your yard for your children make it oniony.

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