State pushes to prevent, control feral swine in Montana


November 29, 2019

As feral swine make their way closer and closer to Montana on the U.S.-Canadian border, state officials have prepared a plan to control and eradicate invasive species if spotted in the state, as well as working to educate people on what to do if feral swine are spotted in their area.

"What we've learned from experience, from other states' experiences, hunting doesn't work and, in fact, it actually makes the problem worse," Department of Livestock State Veterinarian Dr. Martin Zaluski said. 

He added that Montana strictly prohibits people from hunting feral swine and encourages people, if...

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