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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Feral swine cause major damage to property, agriculture (crops and livestock), native species and ecosystems, and cultural and historic resources. Ongoing research indicates that costs associated with this invasive species in the United States are likely considerably higher than the early estimate of 1.5 billion each year in damages and control costs.
Feral Swine Damage. Everyone is affected in some way...