They're ravaging crops, and they're chomping into farmers' wallets too. Fiesty feral hogs are causing millions of dollars in damage to farms across the state.
"They got in there and tore up approximately 10 acres. You know, 2,000 bushels and at $5 a bushel, that's $10,000," Dooly County farmer Bruce West said.
That's just one cornfield wild hogs tore through on West's 1,600-acre farm.
"We caught four in a trap the other night. The smallest one was about 250 pounds, the biggest one was 300 pounds," he said.
The above video is caught by Jager Pro Video Productions from one of West's traps.
"You want to make sure all of them are caught at the same time, or else you're educating the ones that aren't caught that there's a trap," West said.
It's a headache felt from these dirt roads to the state legislature.