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Hog Wild: City has pig problem

Posted: Friday, November 5, 2010 3:46 pm

Wild pigs have taken up residence at the north end of Fort Payne.

According to Fort Payne Police Chief Randy Bynum, wild pigs have been spotted on several occasions for at least a year in the areas behind and to the sides of the Times-Journal.

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  • Dabgly posted at 6:47 pm on Sat, Nov 6, 2010.

    Dabgly Posts: 36

    Wouldnt this be a traffic hazard especially at night?? At least they dont crow at dawn like my neighbors chickens!! Thought farm animals were illegal in the city limits!!!!

  • Bama2506 posted at 11:31 am on Sat, Nov 6, 2010.

    Bama2506 Posts: 185

    Why not hunt them, like every other southern state. The people over in Georgia and down in Texas have turned this problem into cash by charging Yankees to come down and shoot them at night with thermal scopes.


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