Feral Hog Attacks Two Snowboarders Until One Smacks It In The Head With Their Board

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I’m fully convinced that feral hogs are the biggest nuisance of all time.

Seriously, the invasive species is really good for nothing except for tearing up property, destroying ecosystems, and costing billions of dollars in damage as we’ve seen a countless amount of times in Texas and other parts of the country. Yes, billions… with a “B.”

And not to mention, we have a massive breed of these new feral hogs called “Super Pigs” that are making their way from Canada to northern states like North Dakota and Minnesota, as they have been adapted to survive colder temperatures.

However, little did I know that Japan has a problem with these creatures as well.

Just take this video for instance.

Video footage has surfaced of a feral hog attacking a snowboarder at a ski resort in Myoko, Japan.

As you can see, a snowboarder is just chilling, turned towards the resort, when all of a sudden the pig makes a beeline straight for the snowboarder, knocking him down. It continues to try and ram him, but luckily, he was able to fend it off with the snowboard that was still attached to his feet.

The pig then charged towards a second snowboarder, who was able to smack the creature with their board, sending the wild pig off in the other direction.

Man, ya really gotta watch out for these things.

Check it out:

Ted Nugent Details The Feral Hog Problem On Joe Rogan’s Podcast

You can always count on Uncle Teddy to tell it like it is.

Rock icon Ted Nugent stopped by the Joe Rogan Experience podcast last year, and amid a number of different topics, including Ted’s legendary rock and roll career, to marijuana use, and more, they got to talking about hunting… one thing both Ted and Joe are very passionate about.

And now that Joe lives in Austin, Texas, they got on the topic of hog hunting, but more specifically, hog hunting from a helicopter.

Seriously, it feels like something a billionaire would do for fun, simply because he’s so rich he doesn’t know what to do with himself.

But the reality is that wild hogs cause a MASSIVE problem in states like Texas, destroying farmland, rooting up the soil, polluting water systems, damage to wooded areas, preying on other animals… they’re an invasive pain in the ass and there is A LOT of them.

However, a lot of people seem to have opinion about helicopter hunting, calling it inhumane, cruel, lacking in “sport,” etc…

But after Rogan expressed his thoughts on killing hogs, saying that it’s actually good for the environment because honestly, these hogs don’t do anything except for being a pain in the ass, Nugent hilariously breaks it all down:

“If you have a problem with killing pigs from a helicopter, you’re an idiot.

And let me help fix you, because we’re all idiots at some point in life because we don’t know nothin’, or it’s ignorance, I’ve been ignorant. I’m currently ignorant on how to weld, I need to learn that, but I admit my ignorance so I don’t f*ck up a weld.

When we kill pigs from a helicopter, it benefits the environment, because they destroy the environment. They erode everything and it causes devastation to waterways, and just every habitat… so we’re saving the environment, so shut up.

We’re saving agriculture because they destroy tens of millions of dollars in agriculture every year… just in Texas.”

He then talks about how he’s the one who helped legalize killing pigs from a helicopter in the state of Texas, calling up Governor Perry at the time, and Attorney General (current Governor) Greg Abbott, to get the law changed.

Not to mention, Ted picks up the meat from all the hogs, processes it, and they donate it to homeless shelters and soup kitchens. And on top of all of that, the legalization of hog hunting from a helicopter also brings in tourism dollars from people who want to try it.

We’re talking money for hotels, restaurants, outfitters, ammo, sporting goods, beer and more.

As Ted put it, it’s a “win-win-win-win-win-win for everybody.”

The more you know….


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock