Wild hogs cause more than $66 million in damage in Mississippi every year.
They are threatening our economy, lifestyle, treasured places, and native wildlife.
Wild hogs are pests, not trophies. They carry disease, destroy farmland and trees, and eat the eggs and young of wildlife like quail, white-tailed deer, sea turtles, and even songbirds.
They don’t belong here.
If we all do our part, we can hold our ground against wild hogs. If you see wild hogs on your property, trap and kill them.
It is illegal to transport and release live wild hogs in Mississippi. If you see anyone transporting or releasing live wild hogs, report it immediately. Call the number below.