Arkansas Feral Hog Eradication Task Force

LITTLE ROCK – Feral hogs have an estimated population of between four and five million across the United States and are responsible for millions of dollars in damage each year to agriculture and other property. It is estimated that feral hogs are now in every county in Arkansas. The Arkansas Feral Hog Eradication Task Force was established by the Arkansas General Assembly in 2017 for the purpose of creating a plan for the eradication of feral hogs in Arkansas. Task force members include
a broad range of stakeholders that have an interest in eradicating feral hogs. A full list of task force members can be found,
An anonymous reporting system has also been established to help measure feral hog removal efforts currently taking place in Arkansas and to help better estimate the state’s feral hog population. These easily accessible reporting forms are available to report wild hogs killed, here, or wild hogs sighted, here, and can be completed within minutes whenever feral hogs are removed or seen within the state.   MORE
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