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Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: Forrestgump1] #4093783
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Well it kills deer too so I that’s a hard pass for me

Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: RandanAL] #4093982
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Originally Posted by RandanAL
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Sodium Nitrite is fatal to hogs in small doses but it does not impact the native species.
Damn I didn't realize it was using sodium nitrite.... that is so deadly people use it to commit suicide. Humans are highly sensitive to it. 2.6 grams can be a lethal dose.

I can't possibly imagine we start broadcasting that into the woods. Anything that is going to attract hogs will attract other animals.

It's a broad spectrum vertebrate poison... not selective at all. Just looked at the study. Killed birds, coons, and basically anything else that decides to try it. shocked


You do realize it’s used as a food preservative right? You probably consume it every single day.


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Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: Forrestgump1] #4093997
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If hogs are such an issue, why does every farmer/landowner want top $ to hunt them these days?

Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: Broadhead26] #4094001
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Originally Posted by Broadhead26
If hogs are such an issue, why does every farmer/landowner want top $ to hunt them these days?


Great question. The answer, of course, is greed. That's the same reason the "professionals" don't really want them hunted, cuts into their need for more grant funding.

Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: RidgeRanger] #4094473
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Originally Posted by RidgeRanger
Originally Posted by Broadhead26
If hogs are such an issue, why does every farmer/landowner want top $ to hunt them these days?


Great question. The answer, of course, is greed. That's the same reason the "professionals" don't really want them hunted, cuts into their need for more grant funding.


It’s already been stated numerous times in this thread, hunting hogs will not put a dent in the hog population. Trapping is way more effective.

Not to mention, as a landowner the liability is too high to let people roam your property (especially people who want it for nothing). They have nothing to lose, unlike the landowner

Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: Forrestgump1] #4094628
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So from what I understand, the way they are thinking the poison will have to be used is this:

Put out a corn pile/feeder and put a cell cam on it. Also have a special feeder with the poison in it there with the corn feeder. Once enough hogs show up on camera, use a cell phone to trigger the poison feeder to drop a certain number of poison bait balls. Then only the hogs eat them, and only the hogs die. This is the method to prevent the death of other mammals in the area. The sodium nitrate isn’t transferred to the meat so as long as a hunter didn’t eat the hogs chitlins they would be fine.

I don’t think this method will be popular long term, unless it is made very affordable. Just my opinion. I guess if you don’t have cell service then you just gonna have hogs 😂

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What could possibly go wrong ?


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Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: Pwyse] #4095000
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Originally Posted by Pwyse
So from what I understand, the way they are thinking the poison will have to be used is this:

Put out a corn pile/feeder and put a cell cam on it. Also have a special feeder with the poison in it there with the corn feeder. Once enough hogs show up on camera, use a cell phone to trigger the poison feeder to drop a certain number of poison bait balls. Then only the hogs eat them, and only the hogs die. This is the method to prevent the death of other mammals in the area. The sodium nitrate isn’t transferred to the meat so as long as a hunter didn’t eat the hogs chitlins they would be fine.

I don’t think this method will be popular long term, unless it is made very affordable. Just my opinion. I guess if you don’t have cell service then you just gonna have hogs 😂


Or put a pig brig there and catch them all the same way.

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Originally Posted by CrappieMan
Originally Posted by Pwyse
So from what I understand, the way they are thinking the poison will have to be used is this:

Put out a corn pile/feeder and put a cell cam on it. Also have a special feeder with the poison in it there with the corn feeder. Once enough hogs show up on camera, use a cell phone to trigger the poison feeder to drop a certain number of poison bait balls. Then only the hogs eat them, and only the hogs die. This is the method to prevent the death of other mammals in the area. The sodium nitrate isn’t transferred to the meat so as long as a hunter didn’t eat the hogs chitlins they would be fine.

I don’t think this method will be popular long term, unless it is made very affordable. Just my opinion. I guess if you don’t have cell service then you just gonna have hogs 😂


Or put a pig brig there and catch them all the same way.


We have found that they get wise to the brig as well. There are some pigs that just refuse to go in. But yes they do work fairly well. Best trap around I think. But you still have to tend the trap and haul off the pigs. At least with this poison you wouldn’t have to do that. Depending on where they die

Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: lectrode] #4095484
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Originally Posted by lectrode
What could possibly go wrong ?


Just trust the science, man... LOL

Re: Possible Hog answer? [Re: Pwyse] #4098431
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Originally Posted by BC
You do realize it’s used as a food preservative right? You probably consume it every single day.
In amounts measurable as PPM....

You may also be surprised to find out that flouride and propylene glycol are toxic in large quantities.

Originally Posted by Pwyse
So from what I understand, the way they are thinking the poison will have to be used is this:

Put out a corn pile/feeder and put a cell cam on it. Also have a special feeder with the poison in it there with the corn feeder. Once enough hogs show up on camera, use a cell phone to trigger the poison feeder to drop a certain number of poison bait balls. Then only the hogs eat them, and only the hogs die. This is the method to prevent the death of other mammals in the area. The sodium nitrate isn’t transferred to the meat so as long as a hunter didn’t eat the hogs chitlins they would be fine.

I don’t think this method will be popular long term, unless it is made very affordable. Just my opinion. I guess if you don’t have cell service then you just gonna have hogs 😂
Well that's not more complicated than a trap. rofl

I'd also think hogs could learn to detect it...

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