Feral hogs removed from parts of Arkansas

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A total of 615 feral hogs have been removed from two areas of Arkansas. 

Crews from the Arkansas and Tennessee/Kentucky U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Wildlife Services, in cooperation with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and Missouri Department of Conservation, removed the feral hogs on both public and private land in northeast and southeast Arkansas.

Feral hogs were removed from Trusten Holder, Cut-off Creek, Choctaw Island and Big Lake wildlife management areas and adjoining private lands.

Hog removal by area:
Big Lake WMA – 78
Trusten Holder WMA – 37
Cut-Off Creek WMA – 226
Choctaw Island WMA – 87

Southeast Ark. Private Land – 187

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