However, applied research projects have shown that we can effectively reduce the damage that feral hogs cause.

Mature sows can have two litters per year and their female offspring can become sexually mature at 6 to 8 months of age and therefore are capable of producing a litter of their own before their first birthday!

With current technology, we cannot hope to eradicate feral swine.

We are continually adding acreage from willing landowners all across Texas who are looking to reduce the devastation the hogs cause to their farm fields and ranch.

Once we have an approved LOA on file with the Texas Parks & Wildlife, FH13 will patrol your land and attempt to kill feral hogs in a timely manor at no cost to you!

If your interested in hog depredation but not our customers shooting, we also offer that service as well for a fee.

Q & A -FH 13 has killed thousands of pigs since 2012 from our helicopters, saving farmers hundreds of thousands of dollars from damages to their fields.Legal control methods include shooting, snaring, trapping and capture via the use of dogs that are specially trained for that purpose.These methods have shown to be useful in significantly reducing the damage feral hogs can cause.Since 2012, Fly Hangar 13 has been offering feral hog depredation FREE to the landowner when we are allowed to bring our customers to shoot hogs on your property from our helicopter!In 2011, Texas legalized subagents (paying customers/gunners) to join in the fight against these feral hogs.There are many Texas outfitters that will put you on some of these Texas hogs fast, and is highly recommended for your first hunt.