Bro Kills Massive Feral Hog On His Property – Look What This Pig Was EATING!

What does a Goliath like that pig eat to make him so big? It'll surprise you. Four Hundred and Sixteen pounds. That is a LOT of hog.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on November 2, 2017

What does a Goliath like that pig eat to make him so big? It’ll surprise you.

Four Hundred and Sixteen pounds.

That is a LOT of hog.

And he dropped it only 20 yards from his home in Union Grove.

He dropped it while it was eating what it found on his land.

No, it wasn’t raiding his garden.

It was eating something else. Here’s a hint:

“My property lays between some populated areas and I try to maintain an environment like a sanctuary or nursery for the deer to raise fawns,” Clowers told the Houston Chronicle.
Source: FoxNews

It was eating his Fawns.

No wonder it got up over 400 lbs. It was eating really hearty meals!

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What a big pig!

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