Rural New Jersey Tackles Wild Hogs

Rural parts of New Jersey are having trouble with wild hogs. The feral pigs root up lawns and golf courses.

Biologists are trying to trap the feral pigs so they won't spread disease to livestock and want to contain the wild hogs' population.

Eugene Sonn reports for member station WHYY.

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