Following an Initiative spearheaded by the Brier Creek Conservation District in partnership with GACD, several Conservation Districts have acquired feral swine control equipment and are contracting with local Hog Control Custodians to eradicate feral swine within the District.
Landowners and producers report that the Feral Swine District Initiative has made a tremendous difference in reducing feral swine damage. Farmers who have been forced to make a decision not to plant peanuts, corn, or soybeans in some of their best soils due to feral swine damage are now considering planting these crops.
Contact the following participating Conservation Districts for more information about
Feral Swine Control on YOUR land!
Blue Ridge Mountain: Fannin, Rabun, Towns, Union Counties
Brier Creek: Burke, Glascock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Richmond Counties
Ogeechee River: Bulloch, Candler, Effingham, Evans, Screven, Tattnall Counties
Piedmont: Baldwin, Greene, Hancock, Jones, Morgan, Putnam,Taliaferro Counties