“If regulations aren’t put in place soon, that bomb is going to go off and we’ll be up to our eyeballs in hogs,” said Rusz, director of the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy.
The Bay City Times reports this morning that Michigan is up to its eyeballs in wild pigs or hogs.
According to the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy, there are up to 5,000 of the critters running loose in our state. And they, reportedly breed like rabbits.
How can our state use this developing reality to create jobs? There are plenty of innovative thinkers around.
Is there a market for their meat, their hide and are they a challenge to hunt?
How destructive are they?