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  • Watch BoarBuster's feral hog trap drop

    This is an example of the BoarBuster hog trap, a steel cage that's remotely operated by the Missouri Department of Conservation to catch feral hogs. Conservation staffers can activate the trap on their phones, tablets or computers when they're alerted that feral hogs are within the trap's boundaries. This particular video shows hogs being trapped in Oklahoma, but the theory is the same.

Watch BoarBuster's feral hog trap drop

This is an example of the BoarBuster hog trap, a steel cage that's remotely operated by the Missouri Department of Conservation to catch feral hogs. Conservation staffers can activate the trap on their phones, tablets or computers when they're alerted that feral hogs are within the trap's boundaries. This particular video shows hogs being trapped in Oklahoma, but the theory is the same.
Courtesy of W-W Livestock Systems