2022 Stand For Ag | Season 4: A ‘Whole Hog’ Approach to Eliminating Feral Hogs in Missouri

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Join the conversation on this weeks episode addressing feral hog elimination in the Show-Me state. With over 75 years of experience collectively, this episode provides insight and information for landowners to combat the feral hogs in Missouri.

Jason Jensen has worked for the Missouri Department of Conservation for nearly 30 years.  He currently serves as the Community and Private Land Conservation Field Chief and serves as the incident commander feral hog elimination and program supervisor for community conservation.

Travis Guerrant is the State Director for the Missouri/Iowa USDA APHIS Wildlife Services program and serves as an Incident Commander for the Missouri Feral Hog Partnership.  He is a Certified Wildlife Biologist through The Wildlife Society, and graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor’s degree in Fisheries and Wildlife in 2001.

Amy Salveter has been working as a natural resource management/fish & wildlife conservation professional for over 25 years.  She is a native of the Missouri Ozarks who was fortunate to grow up on a small farm in southwest Missouri.

Resources: https://mdc.mo.gov/feral-hog-sighting-damage-report

Reporting Number: (573) 522-4115 ext 3296