A new product claiming to be a feral hog contraceptive is being touted by Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller. The product, called HogStop, seeks to curb the growth of the feral hog population in Texas over time through cutting the sperm count of feral boars. Danny Loper helped develop the product with his father, Dr. Dan Loper, a longtime dairy nutritionist and inventor. In testing, we fed to feral hogs and found out it worked. After five days of feeding, it still had an impact on fertility of 60 percent.
This paper is intended to be a general guide about diseases that hunters and their hunting dogs may encounter. Links to additional information have been provided where appropriate. Hunters should always consult their physician if they are concerned they have been exposed to a disease or are showing symptoms of illness. If there are any concerns that your hunting dog or any other companion animal may have contracted any of these diseases, please contact your veterinarian. There is an increasing awareness among hunters that there are medical risks associated with handling wildlife, and certain safety precautions should be taken.
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But human semen is not considered to be an attractant or cover scent. The deer forcibly expels air through its nostrils like a greatly magnified sneeze. The deer blows when it detects danger at a distance. The sound may startle a predator into revealing its location or leaving the area.