When you need feral hog removal, leave it to our professional team.
If you’ve noticed feral hogs roaming around your property or you’ve seen repeated signs of wild pigs in your neighborhood, we highly recommend contacting us for our feral hog removal service. Feral pigs can be a major nuisance to residents of Kissimmee, Florida, but it’s important to recognize that they can be incredibly dangerous if provoked. Our team at Swine Solutions is trained to safely trap and remove these wild animals so you and your family can enjoy a safe and well-maintained property.
When you contact us for our feral hog removal service, here’s the standard process we’ll follow:
- Survey your property. First, we’ll come out to your property to assess the severity of the feral hog issue. We want to know how long the pigs have been living near your property and how many pigs are present.
- Set up traps and a schedule. We do not use firearms to hunt or trap feral hogs. Instead, we use a combination of dogs, cameras, GPS tracking tools, and physical traps to minimize any risks to your safety. We’ll set up regular visits to your property until we’ve successfully removed all of the feral hogs.
- Remove the pigs. As we continuously monitor your property and trap feral hogs, we’ll quickly and discreetly transport them off of your property. Our goal is to move as efficiently as possible so we won’t disturb you, your family, or your customers if the feral hog removal service is required in a commercial area.
When you need feral pigs removed from outside your home or business, we encourage you to give our team a call. With over 15 years of experience removing wild hogs from surrounding neighborhoods, we’re confident that you’ll be more than satisfied with our services.
At Swine Solutions, we offer feral hog removal service in Riverview, Tampa, Brandon, Wesley Chapel, Valrico, Wimauma, Lutz, Land O’ Lakes, Wiregrass, Meadow Point, Parrish, Lakewood Ranch, Bradenton, Sarasota, Venice, Myakka, Englewood, Kissimmee, Orlando, Clermont, Odessa, Zephyrhills, and Davenport, Florida.