Hunting Wild Hogs In Oklahoma On Farmland

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Uploaded on 9 May, 2011

As you can see from the video, hogs are a huge nuisance to farms and they can destroy massive areas of crops over time if not kept in check. The size of a herd of wild hogs in Oklahoma, where this video was shot, can be more than a dozen and each pig will do his fair share of eating each day. The farmers yield can be greatly affected at the end of the season based on how many hogs are on his land grazing his fields. The smaller farms with a wild hog infestation are the most affected.
 
Many hunters in Oklahoma, where I am from, have been hired to help farmers keep their land free of the massive herds of roaming stomaches. Many farmers welcome hog hunters to hunt their land for free. The thinning of hogs in some Oklahoma areas is a on going process and requires that hunters continue to hunt them for the scale to stay balanced.

Length : 2:38

Categorized as: Hog Rifle Hunting Wild Hog

Tagged as: 2008 hot hunting oklahoma rifle

22 comments on “Hunting Wild Hogs In Oklahoma On Farmland

Wolf

If any one has hogs on their property in abundance and would like them hunted please let me know. My wife and I are pushing 70 and would like to try this type of hunting sometime before we are no longer physically capable of doing so. Wolf3822@aol.com

Scott Bratt

I’m game, somebody let me know when and where and I’ll see if I can help thin them out. Got a couple of young ladies who would like to give it a try also, daughter, daughter in law, her sisters, and my son all want to play! I bet my wife might even like it.

Calvin Matthews

I am interested in bowhunting wild boars on your land. Please let me know further details.

Dennis Casey

I am interested in gun hunting hogs in Oklahoma again. I’m from Kansas and have done a few hog hunts already. I own a ranch myself so I understand land owners concerns about giving strangers permission to hunt. I will leave your property the way I would expect a person to take care of my property.
Please let me know if you will allow me to hunt your land.

Noble Bellis

I would deffintly be in for thinning out any hogs. My family and I live eating hogs as the breakfast sausage is unbelievable. I’m in the Tulsa area so please let me know. Thanks and god bless.

Bud Kenney

I am very interested in hog hunting, as i have in missouri and michigan, I was raised leave it better than you found it. I can provide references of the type of person i am. If anyone is interested in having myself and little brother and possibly my nieces come and thin out any hogs, we all are very appreciative and very thankful. We live in northern texas, in the town of Anna.
Thank you

scott L.

I live in southern Oklahoma would to rid your property of hogs it would put food on my table and help you as well THANKS !

Reece Wheat

I am looking for a place to hog hunt in Oklahoma. I am very respectful and will leave everything as it was before I arrived. If you have a hog problem I would like to hunt your land if you would allow it. Thanks,

Brian Laverentz

I would like the opportunity to either rifle hunt or crossbow some of those wild hogs. I am an avid hunter in nw oklahoma and always looking for other places to hunt. Thanks

danny barnes

i am looking for some hogs to hunt…..if you know anyone want them gone we have the guns.. text me 3163124761 or email me at work_applications@yahoo.com

Dan Jacobs

i moved from washington state in July of 13 and my dad is coming down in september of 2014 and we would like to hunt hogs on somebody farmland to help keep the hog population down e-mail me if we can hunt some place
Thanks
Dan Jacobs

Todd Ferington

Alaska resident, that frequently travels to Oklahoma City for job related training. Myself and a co-worker are looking for somewhere to hunt hogs locally. We are respectable middle aged, veterans and seasoned hunters. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Corey Connor

Hello,
I am in the Air Force stationed here at Tinker. I have a few guys I work with along with myself who would like to hunt hogs. We are all Security Forces and will be very respectful if allowed to hunt on your land. Please contact me if this is a possibility, thank you.

Aaron Estes

I am retired Army wounded warrior living Tahlequah,OK. I am looking for some land to hunt hogs on. I have a brother in arms that is also retired Army that will come with me. We will very respectful if allowed to hunt on your land. Please contact me if this is a possibility. Thank you

bill sievert

me and 3 other guys are looking for a place to hog hunt if you need some hogs killed off your property please email me ty

Aaron Schutt

I live in kentucky where we don’t have a hog problem, but would like to find someone who would let me and my son try to hunt them where they do. Feel free to call 270-319-2422

Dwayne Seibert

Hello, any one needing help with wild hog issues, please contact me.
I have 4 high school senior gentlemen who are looking to go on their 1st hunt.
I think hogs would be a great start.

We are wiling to donate most of the meat to local charities, food banks, land owners who
allow us to hunt their land or what ever their wishes are.

Thanks,
Dwayne Seibert
Colorado Springs Colorado

Steve

Have you had anyone reply to your add. Trying to find a place myself.
Thanks
Steve

Jason rosetti

I live here in Edmond and am looking for a place to shoot hogs. I am very responsible and wanting to help out.

Jason Card

Country boy from the hog capital of the world north Carolina currently living in Oklahoma. I am looking to hunt hogs to feed my family I cant see spending $300+ for a hunt better of heading to the grocery store. I will not field dress any hogs on property, unlike most posts this is not my first hunt I have the proper rifles for the hunt no wounded hogs.

Seng Boutdy

My family are hunters. I have been raised to leave off the land and now passing that tradition to my family. We would love the opportunity to help control the population of wild hogs for anyone that would like help with their wild hog problem that they may have. We will use the hog to its entirety and not waste it.

Seng Boutdy

My family and are hunters that enjoy hunting for our food. If you have a wild hog problem, we would love to help you take care of it. We will use the wild hog to its entirety and not waste it. Passing on a tradition that my parents taught me to my kids.

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