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Wild Hog Removal

Q: How big can a feral hog get?

Q: How long do wild pigs live?

Q: Why do the feral hogs dig holes all over my yard?

Q: If I leave the wild hogs alone will they just go away?

Q: How do I keep a feral hog from tearing up my lawn?

Q: Why should I remove a feral hog?

Q: I have pets. Will wild hogs bite?

Q: Do feral swine carry diseases?

Q: Will mothballs get rid of feral swine?

Q: Iíve seen baby pigs run through my yard. How many baby feral pigs can there be?

Q: I found a hole under my fence. Is this from a feral hog?

Q: Are wild hogs good to eat?

Q: Is trapping wild hogs the only way to remove wild hogs?

Q: I hear noises in the attic. Could it be a feral pig?

Q: I live in a mobile home. Something mad a big hole in my air conditioning duct work. Was it a wild pig?

Q: What kind of bait can I use to attract wild boar?

Q: A wild boar died on my lawn. Do you remove dead pigs?

Q: How big can a feral hog get?

A: Mature feral swine average between 100lbs and 150lbs. Under optimal conditions feral boar can reach sizes of over 700 lbs.

Q: How long do wild pigs live?

A: The average life expectancy of wild pigs are 6-8 years.

Q: Why do the feral hogs dig holes all over my yard?

A: Feral hogs dig and root holes in lawns and gardens searching for food. The wild hogs feed on roots and small insects like grubs and worms. They dig holes in your yard, mulch, garden, ext to seek out their food source.

Q: If I leave the wild hogs alone will they just go away?

A: No. Wild boar will travel up to 70,000 acres in search of food. If the wild pigs seem to be gone they could return and destroy a yard in very little time. The most effective way to get rid of the wild hogs is to trap and remove them off of the property. Allstar Animal Removal will trap wild hogs and can provide feral hog control.

Q: How do I keep a feral hog from tearing up my lawn?

A: Once the feral hog is trapped and removed then wild hog control is needed to prevent more from destroying the lawn.

Q: Why should I remove a feral hog?

A: Feral hogs are very destructive. The holes they dig and root in your grass to find their food can destroy a yard in very little time. They are omnivores eating both vegetables and animal matter. The wild hogs can eat small animals like livestock and pets. Feral hogs need to be trapped and removed to protect your property and pets.

Q: I have pets. Will wild boar bite?

A: Yes. Never let a pet chase after a wild boar. Wild boar are very dangerous and will bite and can use their tusks to pierce another animal.

Q: Do feral swine carry diseases?

A: Yes, but most diseases are not a significant threat to humans. The main concern with feral swine diseases is to livestock and wild animals.

Q: Will mothballs get rid of feral swine?

A: No. There are some repellants for feral swine that can help in preventing a feral swine from returning, but the only true way to get rid of them are by trapping.

Q: Iíve seen baby pigs run through my yard. How many baby feral pigs can there be?

A: The average litter of a feral sow is between 4 and 6.

Q: I found a hole under my fence. Is this from a feral hog?

A: Not necessarily. Small feral pigs can dig holes under fences but so will other animals depending on the size of the hole. Raccoons, opossum, dogs, skunks, foxes and coyotes will dig larger holes and moles, voles and sometimes rats and mice will dig smaller holes.

Q: Are wild hogs good to eat?

A: Yes. Wild hogs are common game for hunting. The meat on a feral hog is thought to be extremely tasty and much more lean than farm raised pork. The meat on an older wild boar may tougher and foul tasting if not properly prepared.

Q: Is trapping wild hogs the only way to remove wild hogs?

A: There are multiple ways of removing wild hogs from a property. Shooting wild hogs is usually not allowed within city limits. Trapping feral hogs is the most effective way to remove wild hogs. We can use dogs to hunt any hogs that become trap shy.

Q: I hear noises in the attic. Could it be a feral pig?

A: No. Feral pigs prefer living and feeding on the ground. Feral hogs do not climb therefore you will never find a feral hog in an attic. The noises in the attic could be from rats, mice, raccoons, opossum, gray squirrels, flying squirrels, large lizards, birds, or bats.

Q: I live in a mobile home. Something made a big hole in my air conditioning duct work. Was it a wild pig?

A: Itís possible but not likely. Opossum, raccoons, rats and squirrels are notorious for digging holes in a/c duct work.

Q: What kind of bait can I use to attract wild boar?

A: Wild boar are omnivores and eat a wide variety of foods. They love acorns and domestic agricultural crops such as corn, rice, wheat and potatoes.

Q: A wild boar died on my lawn. Do you remove dead pigs?

A: Yes. Allstar Animal Removal will remove any dead animal including wild animals, farm animals and pets. It is very important to remove a dead animal off of your property. Depending on the season it could take a very long time for the smell of any dead animal to go away. In the summer a dead animal can smell very strong for a few weeks and then start to get better. In the winter the smell might not be as bad but could last for months. In either case it is important to get the dead animal removed professionally. The smell can be dangerous for someone with respiratory problems and any ecto-parasites that were living on the animal need to be exterminated. Allstar Animal Removal will remove the dead animal, exterminate the ecto-parasites and deodorize to reduce the smell.

Allstar Animal Removal's hog trapper specializes in hog removal and will find the hog, trap the hog,
remove the hogs and remove the hog feces in the following areas and more

Pinellas County Hog Trapper
Baypines - Belleair - Clearwater - Crystal Beach - Dunedin - Gulfport - Indian Rocks Beach - Indian Shores - Kenneth
City - Largo - Madeira Beach - Oldsmar - Ozona - Palm Harbor - Pass-A-Grille Beach - Pinellas Park - Redington Beach
- Safety Harbor - Saint Petersburg - Seminole - South Pasadena - St. Pete Beach - Sunset Beach - Tarpon Springs -
Tierra Verde - Treasure Island

Hillsborough Hog Trapper
Apollo Beach - Balm - Bloomingdale - Brandon - Carrollwood Village - Dover - Gibsonton - Lithia - Lutz - Mango - Plant
City - Riverview - Ruskin - Seffner - Sun City Center - Tampa - Temple Terrace - Thonotosassa - Valrico - Wimauma -
Ybor City

Pasco County Hog Trapper
Dade City - Holiday - Hudson -Land O Lakes -New Port Richey - Odessa - Port Richey - San Antonio - Trintiy - Wesley
Chapel – Zephyrhills

Sarasota County Hog Trapper
Nokomis - Osprey - North Port - Sarasota – Venice

Manatee County Hog Trapper
Anna Maria - Bradenton - Bradenton Beach - Holmes Beach - Longboat Key - Myakka City - Oneco – Palmetto

Charlotte County Hog Trapper
Cleveland - Grove City - Palm Island - Placida - Port Charlotte - Punta Gorda - Rotonda – Solana

Hernando County Hog Trapper
Brooksville - Herrnando Beach - Masaryktown - Ridge Manor - Spring Hill - Weeki Wachee

Duval County Hog Trapper
Atlantic Beach - Baldwin - Jacksonville - Jacksonville Beach - Mayport - Neptune Beach

St Johns County Hog Trapper
Crescent Beach - Elkton - Fort Matanzas - Fruit Cove - Hastings - Marineland - Palm Valley - Ponte Vedra - Ponte
Vedra Beach - St. Augustine - St. Augustine Beach - Switzerland - Vilano Beach

Clay County Hog Trapper
Bellair, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Middleburg, Orange Park, Penney Farms

Polk County Hog Trapper
Auburndale - Bartow - Davenport - Dundee - Eagle Lake - Fedhaven - Fort Meade - Frostproof - Haines City -
Highland Park - Hillcrest Heights - Indian Lake Estates - Lake Alfred - Lake Hamilton - Lake Wales - Lakeland -
Mulberry - Nalcrest - Polk City - Providence - Winter Haven

Citrus County Hog Trapper
Beverly Hills - Black Diamond - Citrus Hills - Citrus Springs - Crystal River - Floral City - Hernando - Homosassa
Springs - Homosassa - Inverness - Lecanto - Pine Ridge - Surgarmill Woods

Osceola County Hog Trapper
Campbell - Celebration - Champions Gate - Kenansville - Kissimmee - Poinciana - St. Cloud

Orange County Hog Trapper
Alafaya - Apopka - Bay Lake - Belle Isle - Christmas - Doctor Phillips - Eatonville - Edgewood - Hunter's Creek - Lake
Buena Vista - Maitland - Oakland - Ocoee - Orlando - Tangerine - Windermere - Winter Garden - Winter Park –
Zellwood

Seminole County Hog Trapper
Altamonte Springs - Casselberry - Geneva - Lake Mary - Lake Monroe - Longwood - Oviedo - Sanford - Winter Springs

Broward County Hog Control
Coconut Creek - Cooper City - Coral Springs - Dania Beach - Davie - Deerfield Beach - Fort Lauderdale - Hallandale
Beach - Hillsboro Beach - Hollywood - Lauderdale Lakes - Lauderdale-By-The-Sea - Lauderhill - Lazy Lake - Lighthouse
Point - Margate - Miramar - North Lauderdale - Oakland Park - Parkland - Pembroke Park - Pembroke Pines -
Plantation - Pompano Beach - Port Everglades - Sea Ranch Lakes - Southwest Ranches - Sunrise - Tamarac - West
Park - Weston - Wilton Manors

Palm Beach County Hog Trapper
Atlantis - Belle Glade - Boca Raton - Boynton Beach - Briny Breezes - Canal Point - Cloud Lake - Delray Beach - Glen
Ridge – Golf – Greenacres - Gulf Stream – Haverhill - Highland Beach – Hypoluxo - Juno Beach – Jupiter - Jupiter Inlet
Colony - Lake Clarke Shores - Lake Park - Lake Worth – Lantana – Loxahatchee – Manalapan - Mangonia Park - North
Palm Beach - Ocean Ridge – Pahokee - Palm Beach - Palm Beach Gardens - Palm Beach Shores - Palm Springs -
Riviera Beach - Royal Palm Beach – Sandcut - South Bay - South Palm Beach – Tequesta – Wellington - West Palm
Beach

Florida Panhandle

Escambia - Bellview, Brent, Brownsville, Century, Cantonment, Ensley, Gonzalez, Molino, Muscogee, Myrtle Grove,
Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Warrington, West Pensecola
Santa Rosa - Avalon Beach, Bagdad, Gulf Breeze, Jay, Milton, Munson, Navarre, Pace
Okaloosa - Baker, Cinco Bayou, Crestview, Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Laurel Hill, Mary Esther, Niceville, Shalimar,
Valparaiso
Walton - DeFuniak Springs, Freeport, Miramar Beach, Paxton, Point Washington, Redbay, Santa Rosa Beach
Holmes - Bonifay, Esto, Noma, Ponce De Leon, Westville
Washington - Caryville, Chipley, Ebro, Greenhead, New Hope, Sunny Hills, Vernon, Wausau
Bay - Bayou George, Bear Creek, Callaway, Cedar Grove, Fountain, Hiland Park, Laguna Beach, Lynn Haven, Mexico
Beach, Millville, Panama City, Panama City Beach, Parker, Rosemary Beach, Sand Hills, Sandy Creek, Southport,
Springfield, West Bay, West Panama City Beach, Youngstown
Jackson - Alford, Bascom, Campbelltown, Cottondale, Graceville, Grand Ridge, Greenwood, Jacob City, Malone,
Marianna, Sneads
Calhoun - Altha, Blountstown
Liberty – Bristol
Gulf - Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka
Franklin - Alligator Point, Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Eastpoint
Gadsden - Chattahoochee, Greensboro, Gretna, Havana, Midway, Mount Pleasant, Quincy
Leon - Tallahassee, Woodville
Wakulla - Crawfordville, Sopchoppy, Smith Creek, St. Marks, Wakulla Beach, Wakulla Springs
Jefferson – Capps, Drifton, Lamont, Lloyd, Monticello, Wacissa
Madison - Greenville, Lee, Madison
Taylor - Perry, Steinhatchee
Hamilton - Jasper, Jennings, Madison, White Springs
Suwannee - Branford, Dowling Park, Live Oak, McAlpin, O'Brien, Three Rivers, Wellborn
Lafayette - Day, Mayo
Dixie - Cross City, Horseshoe Beach, Old Town
Columbia - Fort White, Lake City, Lulu, Watertown
Union - Lake Butler, Raiford, Worthington Springs
Bradford - Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey, Starke
Gilchrist – Trenton
Alachua - Alachua, Archer, Gainesville, Hawthorne, High Springs, La Crosse, Micanopy, Newberry, Waldo
Levy - Bronson, Cedar Key, Chiefland, Fanning Springs, Inglis, Morriston, Rosewood, Otter Creek, Williston,
Yankeetown

Mobile County Hog Trapper
Axis - Bates Field - Bayou La Batre - Bucks - Chastang - Chickasaw - Chunchula - Citronelle - Coden - Creola - Dauphin
Island - Eight Mile - Grand Bay - Irvington - Magazine - Maybank - Mobile - Mount Vernon - Oakville - Overlook -
Plateau - Prichard - Saint Elmo - Saraland - Satsuma - Semmes - Serina - Theodore - Wilmer

Houston County Hog Trapper
Ashford - Avon - Columbia - Cottonwood - Cowarts - Dothan - Five Points - Gordon - Gordon Landing - Kinsey - Madrid
- Memphis - Northside - Pansey - Rehobeth - Taylor - Webb
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