The feral hog is strong, it's mean, and it's wreaking havoc on U.S. businesses, farms and homeowners. Follow three pest-control companies as they battle a dangerous enemy that is often more than twice the size of an average man.
Because their reproduction rate is unbelievably high (in just five years, two hogs can produce 44,000 of their kind), controlling the population of these aggressive and unruly beasts is crucial to mitigate costly damages and physical danger. The current estimate on wild hogs is six million with some of them growing as large as 700 pounds. In the United States, millions of dollars of damage is caused per year for business, farm and homeowners. Hogs Gone Wild examines this detrimental issue by following three of the toughest animal removal companies in the country (located in Texas, Hawaii and Florida) in their attempt to combat these ferocious yet intelligent animals.