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No matter how many are hunted, the Feral Hog population remains very high due to their prodigious reproductive rate.
Within two or three generations in the wild, that fat, sluggish, pale pig you are used to seeing in a farmyard reverts back to a lean, massive-shouldered, large-tusked, dark Boar-like animal that can do quite a bit of harm:

The scene below shows one of the many tranquil wooded tracks at the Ranch... in the left track is a male Bobwhite Quail and in the right track is a hoglet!: