The new Discovery Channel series "Hogs Gone Wild" shines a light on the growing problem of the exploding population of feral hogs in the U.S. These animals are becoming more prevalent and more of a problem here in southcentral Oklahoma; they moved onto my family's 30 acre plot about 5 years or so ago, and while they haven't done any major damage yet the potential is there. They can be aggressive and they can "root out" more desirable species like deer as well as rooting the Hell out of the land and damaging or destroying farm crops and pastureland. They do provide a worthwhile hunting opportunity, and I would encourage anyone who is of a mind to to get out and take one or ten. Experts say that it's going to be next to impossible to keep the population in check, much less wipe the critters out. But we can try. How big a problem are feral hogs in your neck of the woods?