Feral swine concerns in Ohio

Cheryl Day, executive vice president at Ohio Pork Council, visits with Dale Minyo at the 2024 Ohio Pork Congress about feral swine in Ohio. This invasive species is causing genuine concern for commercial hog producers, and the Ohio Pork Council is pushing for legislation to address the issue.

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2 comments

  1. I think they should consider some sort of program to address it whether it be hunting or other idea. Unless Ohio ends up like Texas where there is millions. Why wait until it gets out of control.

  2. I’ve been hunting Feral Swine in Ohio since 2015. I have killed a few however, the USDA has really knocked down the population, so we are seeing fewer animals than in previous years.

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