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Topic - Jim Lacour
He says there are about 500,000 in Louisiana, and they multiply rapidly.
State wildlife veterinarian Jim LaCour told the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission last week that feral swine damage wildlife, native plants and agriculture, and carry several dangerous diseases.