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NH F&G confirms there are Feral hogs in NH located in Grafton, Sullivan and Cheshire Counties. I posted a link to the Journal for anyone who would like to read it
CONCORD, N.H. -- They're big, hairy, hungry and hopefully not coming to a neighborhood near you. Free-ranging feral swine have become one of the more serious wildlife problems in the United States, and New Hampshire has a confirmed, though small, population. Any presence is a concern, because razorbacks, as they are sometimes called, are extremely adaptable and can triple their population in a single year. Read the cover story in the new November/December 2011 issue of New Hampshire Wildlife Journal to find out more about these invaders and what's being done to prevent this destructive species from becoming established in New Hampshire. NH Wildlife Journal Magazine
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