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    Great Smoky Mountains National Park battling infestation of hogs

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. National park biologists are trying to come to grips with a hog infestation in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

    In 2009, the park's hog team removed 620 wild hogs, the third highest since the hog control program started in the late 1950s. Biologists say the hog population spiked last year because of a bountiful mast crop that enabled the sows to produce more than one litter.

    Park biologist Bill Stiver told the Knoxville News-Sentinel the introduction of wild, semi-domesticated hogs into the park has made hog control even more difficult. "The speculation is that hunters are...

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    If these government morons would allow private citizens to hunt the hogs in the park they wouldn't have a problem. We need an open season on bureaucrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    If these government morons would allow private citizens to hunt the hogs in the park they wouldn't have a problem. We need an open season on bureaucrats!

    If they don't let citizens hunt the pigs, they are going to have a serious disease problem in the next couple of years, and it will have an effect on tourism. Having a few open hunt days could go a long way in getting rid of the pigs. Also, the pigs won't see it coming, since they've become accustomed to lving in a hunter-free zone.


    We had a deer tb problem in one of the Detroit area metroparks. The DNR opened the park up to hunters for a weekend, as long as they agreed to turn in the carcasses for the DNR to dispose of safely. It worked-it put a curb on the disease spreading further into Michigan and kept it from affecting what Nugent calls the yearly "deer harvest".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    If these government morons would allow private citizens to hunt the hogs in the park they wouldn't have a problem. We need an open season on bureaucrats!
    AMEN! It can go on teh calendar right after people who give their children retarded names season!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    If these government morons would allow private citizens to hunt the hogs in the park they wouldn't have a problem. We need an open season on bureaucrats!
    What would you do with the carcasses of one of those diseased,maggoty liberal critters Mr. Rock ?After you gutted it and removed all of the horse shit and wind nothing would remain .:D
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