Feral Hog Community of Practice Webinar Series

The eXtension Feral Hogs Community of Practice have conducted a feral hog educational webinar series for anyone needing information on this growing problem.

The Feral Hogs Community of Practice is a resource area within eXtension concentrating on the control, adaptive management, biology, economics, disease risks, and the human interface of feral hogs across the U.S. Its goal is to provide critical information, resources and expert application of knowledge.

The History and Biology of Feral Hogs in the United States

John J. Mayer, Ph.D. – Manager, Environmental Sciences, Savannah River National Laboratory, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions LLC

Control Techniques and Managing Feral Hog Populations

Billy Higginbotham, Ph.D. – Wildlife and Fisheries Extension Specialist, Texas AgriLife Extension Service

Feral Hog Disease Issues

Joseph Corn, Ph.D. – Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia

Current and Future Feral Hog Research

Tyler Campbell, Ph.D. – Feral Swine Project Leader, USDA APHIS, National Wildlife Research Center, Florida Field Station

On the day of the webinar you can interact with experts and view the entire webinar from anywhere with internet access.

For Questions Please Contact:
Mark Tyson @ mark.tyson@ag.tamu.edu or 979-845-4698

 

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