says three videos in the series are available for viewing. In each of those we do address different topics. This is part of APHIS’ continuing efforts to educate the public about feral swine and collaborate with partners to control this invasive pest. Every time they take a step, they're knocking all this corn over. What they don't eat is rotten. When they root up the place and make the deep holes it’s impossible to plant that you got to fix it up and smooth it down again, then plant. And when hogs come out of the woods and go to rooting around, they'll root up an area half as big as a football field in a couple of nights. They root up and just take away from the habitat, from the deer and the turkeys and pretty much all the natural native habitat they destroy it. those big bowl.