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Boar vs. Hog

Boar vs. Hog


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BOAR

boar (bôr, bōr)
n.

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    1. An uncastrated male pig.
    2. The adult male of any of several mammals, such as the beaver, raccoon, or guinea pig.
  2. A wild pig (Sus scrofa) of Eurasia and northern Africa, having dark dense bristles. It is the ancestor of the domestic hog.

HOG

hog (hôg, hōg)
n.

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    1. Any of various mammals of the family Suidae, which includes the domesticated pig as well as wild species, such as the boar and the wart hog.
    2. A domesticated pig, especially one weighing over 54 kilograms (120 pounds).

FERAL HOGS

Feral hogs are defined as any hogs, including Russian and European wild boar, which are running at large and whose owners are unknown. In the case where the hog’s owner is known, the hog will be defined as feral five days after escaping confinement. If notice is provided to adjacent landowners within those five days, the hog shall not be considered feral for an additional 10 days.