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Are there any ranches or private farms that allow you to hunt javelina pigs or wild boar for little or no cost?

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  • Are there any ranches or private farms that allow you to hunt javelina pigs or wild boar for little or no cost?

    Are there any ranches or private farms that allow you to hunt javelina pigs or wild boar for little or no cost?

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    • #3
      that seems pretty reasonable to me. What to your typical hogs average in weight?

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      • #4
        With a little research you can find public land that has hogs, javelina are going to be tougher to get to as there is not much public land where javelina live.

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