ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Using the cover of darkness, feral pigs have learned to outsmart even the most seasoned hunters as they set about on their nightly terrors, rooting up crops and suburban gardens, harassing native wildlife and turning watering holes into pigsties.
USDA plans $1 million pilot project to take out feral pigs in New Mexico
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