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Dawsonville, GA

#21 Sep 25, 2009
GA Peach wrote:
Idiots. Why move to the mountains if you don't expect wild animals. Get your sorry azz back to the city.
What makes you think they are from the "city"?
Only dumbazzez that thinks shottin animals is "huntin" are the locals who think it makes their dikz bigger to shoot em.
Peniz envy's big problem here with the so-called men.
Crow

Blairsville, GA

#22 Sep 26, 2009
Wild hog populations has exploded in the last 10 years across the south and heading west according to the DNR.

They are hardy, can eat almost anything, have no real natural predators, and drop THREE litters per year, destroy an insane amount of crops and ruin habitats.

Anyone who thinks they don't need to be RADICALLY culled is frankly a pie in the sky dreamer with no basis in reality.
Crow

Blairsville, GA

#23 Sep 26, 2009
Oh, and to make matters worse: Some genius brought in some Russian boars a while back and they are cross breeding to create an even hardier, meaner and larger hog.
Sad

Commerce, GA

#24 Sep 26, 2009
If you see one and can safely shoot it don't even think twice about it. Like someone mentioned befor they breed 2 to 3 times a year.
rhonda

Dahlonega, GA

#25 Sep 27, 2009
I personally have never see a wild boar in our area, but there are a lot of coyotes around. Coyotes scare me because they are predators and I have small pets.
Go to church

United States

#26 Sep 27, 2009
Haven't heard so much about wild boar or coyotes getting after someone here in these hills but they sure will go after another animal.
right

Texarkana, TX

#27 Sep 27, 2009
Go to church wrote:
Haven't heard so much about wild boar or coyotes getting after someone here in these hills but they sure will go after another animal.
yes you are right. coyotes are scavengers and go after pretty much any prey including pets.
Granny Clampett

Commerce, GA

#28 Sep 28, 2009
ain't seed a wild hawg since we moved off to Beverly Hills. I shore do miss em.
local

Paonia, CO

#29 Sep 30, 2009
wild hogs need to be managed look at prob texes has with them cost taxpayer a lot of money
love to kill animals

Toccoa, GA

#30 Aug 25, 2013
love all animals wrote:
sick sick sick
you are one dumb ass b****
you got a lot of nerve talking to the rednecks around here like that!!!! that's why you keep your name hid and run your f****** mouth on the Internet. if you are truly that bored you would be better off to hang yourself. love all animals........
how f****** retarded. go save a wild boar!!! when it eats your ass for breakfast there won't be anybody to save you
what tha

Jefferson, GA

#31 Aug 25, 2013
I went on to my porch when the dogs were barking, and there was a huge boar in the yard. He looked at me like don't even think it.
I found the yard tilled very well the next day, where I had been unable to grow grass. I realized that he tilled it better than I could with a tiller. So I threw all the rocks away, planted grass seed, straw.

Grass finally grows. Thank you Mr. Boar.
Local Yokel

Cleveland, GA

#32 Sep 18, 2013
local wrote:
these pigs can do a number on peoples yards very costly
Liberals are even worse......... Dig up your yard looking for free give aways from Government.
Native American

Toccoa, GA

#33 Sep 18, 2013
Culling the herd is a sacred and time honored tradition.
American Indian

Chagrin Falls, OH

#34 Sep 19, 2013
Native American wrote:
Culling the herd is a sacred and time honored tradition.
That's what the white man did to all the Indian tribes, "culled the herd". They came up with many ways to justify their ethnic cleansing.
Native American

Toccoa, GA

#35 Sep 19, 2013
American Indian wrote:
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That's what the white man did to all the Indian tribes, "culled the herd". They came up with many ways to justify their ethnic cleansing.
Pretty uneducated huh? Culling of a herd would be thinning the ranks of an animal herd so it will not harm itself or its environment
.

I am also quite offended to refer to my people as a herd, but the glow in my heart comes that I know such as you would never speak that to my face.
Americaqn Indian

Chagrin Falls, OH

#36 Sep 19, 2013
Native American wrote:
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Pretty uneducated huh? Culling of a herd would be thinning the ranks of an animal herd so it will not harm itself or its environment
.
I am also quite offended to refer to my people as a herd, but the glow in my heart comes that I know such as you would never speak that to my face.
Very well educated. Thanks for asking.

I am well aware of the term "culling of the herd", and what it means. I used it the way I did, not to demean my people, but, to make reference to the white man's mind=set at that time, whereby, they thought of American Indians as sub-human and otherwise expendable. Thus, they, on many occasions, used the term, "cull the herd". Glad I could set your heart all aglow there, Tonto.

“Nuff said!”

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#37 Sep 19, 2013
I am proud my property management wanted the hogs, several adults and 9 piglets. There may be plenty of animal rights people fighting for their survival but I want my rights to own property without it being torn up. Several weeks ago the herd was taken care of now this past weekend they are back and my team is once again taking care of them. If they ever go out of the business I will call Lee one of the earlier posters.
Cull the herd

Maysville, GA

#38 Sep 20, 2013
The answer to one of life's great mysteries!
I haven't heard anyone explain this as well as the all-wise Cliff Clavin, on the sitcom Cheers.
One afternoon at Cheers, Cliff Clavin was explaining the Buffalo Theory to his buddy Norm...
"Well ya see Norm, it's like this... A herd of buffalo can only move as fast as the slowest buffalo. And when the herd is hunted, it is the slowest and weakest ones at the back that are killed first. This natural selection is good for the herd as a whole, because the general speed and health of the whole group keeps improving by the regular killing of the weakest members.
"In much the same way, the human brain can only operate as fast as the lowest brain cells. Excessive intake of alcohol, as we all know, kills brain cells, but naturally it attacks the slowest and weakest brain cells first. In this way, regular consumption of beer elimates the weaker brain cells, making the brain a faster and more efficient machine. That's why you always feel
smarter after a few beers."
gamule

Jefferson, GA

#39 Sep 21, 2013
Lee wrote:
I'm in-Will kill hogs at no charge
shootem all

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