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    ^That looks delicious. I wish we had hogs around here.

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    I can belive how big they are! I dont have hogs around my home. I suppose thats a good thing.

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    there are isolated pockets of hogs in NY, and Pa.
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    Niiiiiice! Your grill made me run and make a ham sandwich.....in solidarity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerinTPA View Post
    Niiiiiice! Your grill made me run and make a ham sandwich.....in solidarity.
    LOL

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    Here is mine a few years ago with a CETME 308

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    Quote Originally Posted by LowSpeed_HighDrag View Post
    ^That looks delicious. I wish we had hogs around here.
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    Man! You better hope you were out of wishes before you made that statement.
    You don't want those nasty things around, they will completely take over an area.

    In a good year they can have 2 or 3 litters of at least 8 piglets. Female piglets can start breeding in 5 months. Do the math, they are about like rabbits but they don't have any substantial predators.

    But maybe it's just me.

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    Any opinions on eating them? I have read where you can and can not.

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    the boars smell bad cooking but usually taste alright. The sows are awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guess View Post
    there are isolated pockets of hogs in NY, and Pa.
    That may be true, I have heard things but never met or spoke with anyone with any first hand sightings. I only live about 2 hours from the PA border and I know they have them.

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