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THE NOBLE FOUNDATION signed a commercialization agreement to bring the BoarBuster trap system to consumers across the United States Unlike any other system available BoarBuster uses a rigid trap enclosure that is operationally elevated above a trap site
<p>THE NOBLE FOUNDATION signed a commercialization agreement to bring the BoarBuster trap system to consumers across the United States. Unlike any other system available, BoarBuster uses a rigid trap enclosure that is operationally elevated above a trap site.</p> <p> </p>

Noble Foundation unveils advanced hog trapping system

BoarBuster&nbsp; feral hog trap system uses a rigid trap enclosure that is operationally elevated above a trap site.

Southwest farmers, ranchers and landowners, and others across the country, now have a new tool to help control devastating feral hogs.

With recordable populations now present in 48 states, feral hogs – also called wild hogs or wild pigs – have a financial impact exceeding $1.5 billion each year. With no viable control option, feral hogs are not only winning the war, they have been uncontested. Until now.

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