Feral hogs are an invasive species to the American landscape. They were first brought to the United States in the 1500s by early explorers and settlers as a source of food. However, because of their destructive nature and propensity to carry disease, they are a growing problem that must be contended with.
Rockin WK is working with various state agencies and Montana FWP to find incentive opportunities for this problem. Feral Hogs cause billions of dollars in damage each year and must be removed from the landscape. This program is designed to help manage feral hogs, so you can spend more time in the woods.
Find a Rancher
Access our network of farmers and ranchers across the state to find someone looking for help removing feral hogs from their land. Access to this list of farmers and ranchers is limited to Rockin WK Members only.
Report a Feral Hog Sighting
Feral hogs are running rampant against much of the USA, but they aren't common in Montana . . . yet. If you see or harvest a hog, please let us and Montana FWP know so the appropriate response can be made to keep our land wild.