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ALABAMA HOG HUNTING

Feral hogs seems to multiply exponentially, damages crops and pastures, competes with native wildlife, and is quite simply the most destructive nuisance animal ever brought to Alabama. There is a war against the feral hog.

Feral Hog Hunting in Alabama

Feral hogs are considered a game animal in Alabama and have no closed season and no bag limits.

Georgia Hog Hunting Regulations

Georgia Hog Hunting Regulations   Limit No limit, no closed season. Regulations Feral hogs may be hunted at night with a light (no voltage restriction), which is carried by the hunter or affixed to a helmet, hat or part of a belt system. Hunting over bait is allowed. No hunting from… Read more »

Langford Farms

If you’re looking for a place to hunt trophy whitetail deer, turkey, hog or even coyote, we’ve got you covered. We are a family-owned farm located in central Alabama and we have been managing for wildlife since my grandfather bought the place, back in 1943.

We believe that hunting should be relaxing and enjoyable. We try to provide everyone with an opportunity to take game if they choose. If you happen not to bag a trophy, we sincerely hope that you still have a good time. We will do everything within our power to make sure that happens.

Peyton Langford

Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries

Feral Hog Feral hogs (Sus scrofa) are present in all 64 parishes in Louisiana. Louisiana’s population is estimated at 700,000. Gestation is 114 days and feral sows can have 2 litters per year averaging 6 piglets per litter. Statisticians have determined that 75 percent of the population must be harvested… Read more »

Virginia Department Of Game & Inland Fisheries Feral Hogs FAQ

Summary and Frequently Asked Questions Feral hogs are four-legged ecological disasters. They cause damage to wildlife habitat wherever they exist. The only place hogs should be found is within the confines or boundaries of their owner’s property as a livestock or domestic animal, where they are cared for according to… Read more »