Hays County Webinar - July 29, 2020
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Landowners engaging with the Hays County feral hog program will have the opportunity to participate in an ongoing, remote-operated feral hog trap sharing cooperative. These remote-operated traps have been upgraded in 2021 to enable live video feed sharing through updated 5G technology.

Due to the cost of upgrading wireless traps to 5G, we are unable to provide free trapping equipment this year but plan to reinstate the voucher program in 2022. To be eligible to receive a free trapping kit, participants must confirm that they own or manage land in Hays County by completing a 2021 Feral Hog Damage and Control Survey (link to PDF and ONLINE survey provided below). Surveys can also be picked up at the Hays County AgriLife Extension Office, 200 Stillwater Road, Wimberley, TX 78676.

Workshops and Webinars

We will continue to update this page and our calendar as additional workshops and webinars are scheduled. Stay tuned for updates!

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The 2020 Hays County Feral Hog Workshop was held virtually, as a webinar on Wednesday, July 29, following the Caldwell County Feral Hog Webinar on July 28.

Hays County is continuing countywide feral hog management efforts in 2021 after receiving a $7,500 grant from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Wildlife Services. The Hays County program will include one feral hog workshop and one webinar, a damage assessment and free trapping equipment for a limited number of local participants. 

Hays County is an affiliate of the Central Texas Feral Hog Task Force and has partnered with The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University, the Cypress Creek Project, the San Marcos Watershed Initiative and the Plum Creek Watershed Partnership to assist with educational components of the program.

​To sign up your land for aerial feral hog abatement, please email us at

Trapping Equipment vouchers

​To monitor and reduce the economic and biological impact of feral hogs to the land, water and wildlife species of Central Texas​.

CALL TODAY: 512.245.6697