Texas farmers continue to struggle to eliminate wild pigs and conserve their crops using AR-15 thermal imaging and night vision.
Wild boars are non-native species in Texas. Every year, millions of dollars are lost in the form of damaged crops, contaminated water supplies, broken equipment, disease transmission and livestock injuries.
Wild boars compete with local wildlife for resources, because they feed directly on eggs and small birds that live in the nests of the earth, and will actively hunt small mammals, frogs, lizards and snakes.
Because of their intelligence and the habits of adaptability and reproduction, traditional methods are ineffective in reducing the number of wild pigs. The introduction of night vision and thermal optics has significantly increased the ability of landowners to mitigate the damage caused by wild pigs.
Wild boars are not considered to be game animals in Texas and can be killed by any means or methods at any time of the year.
Ultimate Night Vision is a leader in night vision and thermal imaging. Night vision is not just a job for us, it’s our passion. Here in Texas, we are fortunate that we are able to use night vision and thermal optics to chase wild pigs, wolves and other predatory animals
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