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By Kathleen Kalina
Wild boar run all over the southern US destroying crops and digging holes that cripple cattle. They are dangerous to pets, small stock animals and humans. Ranchers routinely hold hunts when there are too many boar. They advertise and people sign up to go on a certain day. They can pay to stay overnight in the bunkhouse and eat. A cattle butcher is there to cut up the meat of the boar shot.
10 Tips For Spring Turkey Hunting
Never, never, never give up, is a motto I live by in many aspects of life, and with hunting.
Hi to all: My name is Christy Barney, and I am a new member of WomenHunters.
I was born and raised in Southern Utah, with the famed Paunsaugunt mule deer unit as my back yard. I grew up water skiing, camping, four wheeling, and hunting with my family. I spend all my free time in the outdoors, which is my true passion in life.
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