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Old 09-17-2009, 09:52 PM
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Ive killed many a hog but this dude has an odd look to him to me. The light colored one was killed by my future son-in-law on the same property on the echoconee creek in Bibb Co.
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Old 09-17-2009, 09:55 PM
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My eyes are gettin' bad in my old age, so I lightened it up a bit. I'm no hog expert by any stretch of the imagination, but it does look like he's got some short hair..... but still looks like a hog.

Nice lookin' hog your son-in-law killed!
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could be me or the millers talkin but his ears look backwards?
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Old 09-18-2009, 10:56 AM
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Looks like a domestic that got loose. May even have some pot bellie in him.
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Looks like bacon to me. Lol!
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I saw one that was real blonde like that in bond swamp but the one I saw had the longest hair I have ever seen on a hog.
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Them are good hogs right there !!
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looks like pot bellied cross to me. ears dont look right either..
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There is nothing wrong with that hog i have seen hundreds of them guiding at EagleRock Plantation, its just another hog
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could be me or the millers talkin but his ears look backwards?
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Ive seen a ton of hogs also but this dude looks funny to me. LOL It was taken in Crawford Co not very far from the echoconee creek. I saw one that looked just like him posted in the hog hunting section here. Maybe his momma and daddy were cousins but he dont look like most pigs Ive seen. Ive got thousands of pics of hogs on this place but none look like this one and he was never with other pigs. When I deflate him, Ill check his passport. LOL

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and he was never with other pigs.
Cause he's so ugly.... none of the other hogs want to hang out with him. Backward ears, beady eyes, hump backed and kinda sparsely haired, he's the Ross Perot of the hog community! Bless his heart, go ahead and put him out of his misery.
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might be A ant eater lol but really I have seen small pigs in the wild with no ears so who really knows
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All I could see and smell was Macon Bacon
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LOL, yall aint right! Wait....Hump backed, real thin hair, pot bellied, beady eyes, funny looking ears....dangit! If he has size 13 feet its probly just me checking my camera! Sorry for the confusion fellas..Mystery solved, now I can sleep at night! LOL
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Nice hogs. Make good bbq
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Looks like he's spent some time on Broke Back Mountain.
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Looks like he's spent some time on Broke Back Mountain.
Don't think I want none of that hog then!!
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Looks like he's spent some time on Broke Back Mountain.
Don't think I want none of that hog then!!
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Got him a fresh hair cut for the ride in the truck
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I saw one that was real blonde like that in bond swamp but the one I saw had the longest hair I have ever seen on a hog.
That could very well have been my ex girlfriend.
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A true wild hog will have short hair this time a season. These crossed hogs we have everywhere are what people are use to seeing.
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Looks about like the other hundreds of wild hogs I've seen ! Bet he tastes the same also
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Standard issue hog. A good one though. They’re all domestic. Brought by the spanish 400+ years ago. Why they eat so good.
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