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The snout of a feral hog trapped on a Caldwell County ranch pokes out of the corner of a trailer. Daily Record file photo

County doubling down on controlling feral hogs

Hays County will continue its participation in a feral hog abatement program with help from a Texas A&M Agrilife Extension grant.  At its meeting Tuesday morning, the Hays County Commissioners Court approved an interlocal agreement with the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service for the Feral Hog Abatement Program. The $13,100 grant ...

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