Feral Hog Contraceptive: Less Pigs in the Poke?
Apparently tired of injuries sustained while trying to apply the Aggie Hog-Rubber (ribbed for her pleasure, of course), researchers at Texas A&M are testing an oral contraceptive to deal with the state’s feral hog problem.
This should really come in handy for young feral hog couples who want to wait until they finish school and buy a home to have children. For more on the feral hog issue, check out Todd Spivak’s award-winning story here. -- Craig Malisow
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