From east to west, the Southern United States is home to wild hogs that disrupt and destruct ranching operations. These invasive animals aren’t predators, but they are a nuisance. Hogs are opportunistic feeders. They travel in herds and exhibit destructive behaviors that can damage pasturelands, making it more difficult to sustain healthy livestock.
A farmer’s first line of defense against wild hogs is fencing. A good fence does a lot more than keep livestock contained–it also keeps unwanted animals out. What kind of fencing keeps wild hogs out?