• Feral swine do $800 million in damage annually across the United States.

• Wild hogs begin breeding as young as six months and produce two litters of six to nine offspring annually.

• A hog population can double in four months.

• The average weight of a feral hog is 120 pounds, though they can grow to more than 400 pounds.

• They have razor sharp tusks that can grow to 5 inches.

• Feral hogs prefer to run from humans, but have been known to attack under duress.