Do you need feral hog control in Michigan, or a wild pig removal expert in Michigan for your river property, lake home, or commercial property? Maybe you do not know how to get rid of wild hog or remove feral pig from your property? You can call the experts at Vamoose Varmint to help you with your problem. Ask a Vamoose Varmint professional about one of their service plans that are available to remove feral pig or hogs in your Michigan area.
Feral hogs and hybrids of the Russian boar are established in 23 states with their ranges expanding. Feral hogs have coarse dense long bristle hair. Feral pigs color patterns ranging from solid black, gray, brown, blonde, white, or red. May also be spotted and belted combinations of these same colors. Feral pigs have elongated, flexible, fattened snouts. Their pointed ears stand erect, about five inches above their head. Their moderately long tails are sparsely haired, straight and never coiled like a domestic pig’s tail. Males and females look much alike. The average wild sow weighs about 110 lbs and the average wild boar weighs 130 lbs, but unusually large sized feral pigs have been taken weighing over 500 lbs. Boars have 4 continually growing tusks that can be extremely sharp. The upper tusks rang 3 to 9 inches in length. Boars use these tusks for defense and to establish a dominance hierarchy during breeding. Boars have developed a thick tough skin of cartilage and scar tissue around the shoulders due to injuries inflicted by these tusks. The home rang of a feral pig covers about 10 square miles. They nest and rest in dense vegetation and secluded thickets. Wild pigs have a very good sense of smell. They use their powerful snout to root up tubers, roots and small animal living under ground. Hogs also have good hearing but poor eye sight. These hoofed mammals can run-up to 30 miles per hour and are good swimmers. Feral pigs can breed at 6 month of age, and produce up to 4 litters per year with each consisting of 4 to 12 piglets. But in northern ranges generally only produce only 2 litters a year. Piglets when born have pale stripes running the length of their body until they are 6 weeks of age, after 1 week of suckling; the young piglets are able to follow the sow around. Offspring disperse after a year with the sow, and are sexually mature by a year and a half. Feral hogs are opportunistic omnivores that eat whatever plants or animals happen their way. Their rooting the ground for food damages farm crops. Feral pigs have a negative effect on the ecosystem. And can be very dangerous to humans when encountered.
There are many companies out there, but not all of them are licensed and insured professionals. Make sure that you hire a competent expert for your animal service needs. At VaMoose Varmint, we will be courteous and friendly and take the time to answer your questions. Give VaMoose Varmint a call, and we will listen to your problem, and make an appointment to perform an inspection. VaMoose Varmint knows how to get rid of feral hogs and wild pigs. VaMoose Varmint will trap wild pigs and feral hogs in these Michigan Counties. Kalamazoo, Van Buren, St. Joseph, Calhoun, Berrien, Allegan, Branch, Barry, Cass, Ottawa, Eaton, Grand Traverse, Roscommon, Missaukee, Crawford, Kalkaska, Wexford, Otsego, and Antrim Counties and other counties.
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