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  1. General Discussion
    One thing we have in Texas is Feral Hogs. I have studied, watched videos, and watch American Hoggers to learn more about killing, dressing out, cooking, etc for these little monsters. We have a 400 acre ranch, and they root around everything. We let one friend trap them and eat them because he...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    A buddy and I kilt these pigs Friday evening. I was using the 10mm upper on the M16 lower, while my bud used his suppressed 9mm upper on his M-16 lower. I took the male (bottom) home with me and processed it that night. He was around 4-5 months old and weighed about 50 pounds. There are pigs...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    (From time to time we see discussions on whether or not survivors will be able to "live off the land" after disaster. Well, this article shows that if the survivors live in certain parts of the country -- and like pork -- they'll probably do just fine :)...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have been wanting to put together an article on hunting for some time now. So on this lazy sunday morning, I decided to throw something together. During the great depression of the 1930s, whitetail deer and wild turkey were almost hunted to extinction in certain areas around the USA. From...
  5. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    It is believed that hogs were first introduced into the United States by Hernando de Soto in or around 1539. Recent excavations from some of Hernando de Sotos' encampments in Florida have discovered jaw bones of pigs and other swine bone fragments. Hogs are a true omnivore, meaning that they...
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