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. . . they keep coming back to see where they escaped from and trying to break into the pen where other boar are enclosed as quite a few of them are females. They can smell them from 40km away when they are in season.
These evenings have very limited availability, your chances are high.
An evening’s high seat shooting on either of the below locations
Forest of Dean £49.99 to book Pay £150 to the keeper on the night £1 a pound to keep any meat no charges to shoot
The cull figures quoted cover all feral wild boar carcasses handled by Forestry Commission staff, including those directly culled and those carcasses recovered from the Forest as a result of death through road traffic accidents or other causes. Carcasses derived from animals shot by the Forestry Commission team are inspected, and those passed fit for human consumption are sold to game dealers.
originally posted by: EternalShadow
I don't care what the likes of P.E.T.A. has to say about it, there should be a payable bounty on these animals until their numbers are sorted out.
You don't have to completely destroy them either, they can be harvested for meat and could feed the poor and homeless. The younger they are, the more tasty!
That one is rather large....would make quite the presentation on a spit at the local food bank.
originally posted by: Butterfinger
a reply to: EternalShadow
I agree, but watch out for worms in the meat since theyre feral. Out here in Oklahoma we have a big problem with them, and its open season for traps and hunts.
Often times the meat is parasitic on wild hogs/pig/boar