This little piggy makes a mess. | God's World News

This little piggy makes a mess.

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    These wild (feral) pigs roam near a ranch in Texas. People are concerned that Canada’s wild pigs may wander into the United States. (AP/Eric Gay)
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    A trapper walks past damage caused by wild hogs. (AP/Gerald Herbert)
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    Two hogs are caught in a trap on a farm in Missouri. Wild pigs already cause damage to U.S. crops every year. (David Carson/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP)
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    Hogs feed on a farm near Elliott, Iowa. Wild hogs can spread sickness to farms. (AP/Charlie Neibergall)
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They dig up land to find bugs to eat.  They eat crops.  They have lots of babies.  They are super pigs!

What would you do if pigs dug up your yard?

Pray people can make a wise plan to deal with this big pig problem.

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Canada has too many super pigs. They are big and thrive in the wild. A female pig (sow) can have six piglets in a litter twice each year. The furry swine tear up land. They can spread diseases to hog farms. They could cross into the United States. Hunters went after them. The smart pigs learned to hide in the day. How can people protect land and make more Canadian bacon?

The Bible talks about pigs never learning from their messes. “The sow, after washing herself, returns to wallow in the mire.” (2 Peter 2:22)

To celebrate pigs, see Happy Pig Day! by Mo Willems in our Recommended Reading.