League City Hog Removal Task Force

High-Tech Feral Pig Control Solutions


Hog Control Service TX

Feral Pig Control and Wildlife Task Force League City

wild Are you in need of professional feral hog removal League City service? Feral hog control in Texas requires extensive planning and research. The benefits involved with such a wild animal eradication management program include stopping land & property damage. Although this practice is not considered to be inherently dangerous, feral pigs do pose a risk to both humans and livestock when not handled properly. This is why proper planning to remove feral wild animal and implementation are critical to the success of a wildlife control project.

Many states, including Texas, have established regulations for removing feral pigs and have enacted laws that prohibit their possession. Although not all states have these laws, many municipalities require that livestock owners to register their animals with local wildlife departments. Programs often require that the animals be removed within a specified period of time. In some cases, the animals may be taken away by trap or by humane feral pig trapping, but the animals may be relocated to another area. Some landowners will allow relocation on their property only, while others require the hog trapping service to come onto the property and remove the animals from the land.

Feral Hogs

damages to propertyFeral hog management programs can be very successful in providing the animals with a more productive and safe living environment. In the case of feral pigs, a professional service can safely and humanely remove the animals from residential areas, commercial properties, farms, forests, or other areas without damaging any property, livestock, or the environment. Texas is home to the most prolific population of feral pigs in Texas, with an estimate of about 2.3 million of the estimated annual nationwide population of about 4 million. This large number of pigs, which can weigh up to 100 pounds, can become a significant nuisance if not managed properly.

Feral wild pigs exclusion service if an animal were to escape from a farm or ranch, it could destroy crops, cause property damage, or even attack people. These animals can create potential health hazards and spread disease to livestock and humans as well as cause damage to natural resources. When livestock are injured or killed, the owners may need to obtain animal and wildlife control services to safely remove the animals and prevent further damage to the area.

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Bulletproof Management

When it comes to hog removal, there are few solutions that can be considered bulletproof. We understand that for those that have already faced property damages, it’s a very high risk to hire someone that can not guarantee 100% success. Because of this, we have abandoned all traditional trapping methods and changed all protocols to ensure that we are offering a solution with the highest possible catch ratio. The comfort and complete satisfaction of our clients is at the forefront of efforts. Our satisfaction comes from your satisfaction.

Military Grade Technology

We don't set traps and hope...

The common hog management approach to controlling feral pigs is typically trapping and / or snaring. The problem here? Hogs are extremely smart and more times than not, they just aren’t willing to enter little hog pen traps. When damage is being done, this is simply not a practical approach to stopping wild hog damage in a timely manner.

We strategically set, aim and fire!

We take feral hog control to a whole new level with the most technologically advanced, military grade system on the market. This gives us the advantage of utilizing wireless cameras and thermal imaging devices with remotely activated traps, bypassing issues of a single feral pig setting off traps before others enter or traps just simply not being triggered at all.


Feral sows produce 1.5 litters per year on average, with six piglets in each, though a single litter may include up to 14 piglets.

Female feral hogs typically reach sexual maturity as young as 3-4 months of age; however, most wild sows reach puberty by the time they are one year old. Females of this species are polyestrous, being able to come into estrus every 18-24 days if they are not successfully bred.




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