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JAGER PRO® innovated hog control efficiency through our people, process, and products. Our definition of success is whole-sounder removal spending the least amount of fuel, time, labor, and money.

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INTEGRATED WILD
PIG CONTROL®

IWPC® is a strategic approach using a series of innovative lethal control methods and technologies implemented in a specific sequence based on seasonal food sources.

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M.I.N.E.® TRAPPING
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REMOTE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY CAPTURES THE ENTIRE SOUNDER

THERMAL
HOG CONTROL

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WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

We always had a severe hog problem and the property had craters and fouled water in our creeks. We used small traps and hunted the pigs, but could never seem to make any headway while the breeding population got larger and more destructive. We continued this frustrating a futile battle until November of 2017 when I purchased a Jager Pro system with gate and camera...I immediately started catching hog. Not just single animals but complete sounders. Pens were built in two locations on the property and I moved the gate to keep them guessing. Between that time and the present I have captured 328 hogs...If these gates and cameras could be put in the hands of farmers and ranchers around the country, we could turn this hog infestation around. I highly recommend this system.

James Gourley, Texas

We ordered our Jager pro trap system on February 27th from Tactical Edge Hog Control the North Texas and Oklahoma dealer. We set the trap up that day that evening and we caught 16 medium-sized hogs. After letting the trap sit for approximately 3 days with only one hog coming in at a time, we moved the trap to trap site number two, we fed the hogs soured corn, we let the hogs get conditioned to the trap for 3 days on the 4th night we dropped the trap on 27 pigs ranging from adult to piglet size. We are very pleased with the Jager pro system and would recommend it to anyone trying to deal with their hog problem it worked great on our ranch and will be beneficial to keeping our crops growing healthy and not being torn up!!!

Max Riley, Oklahoma

We started to see a pig every once in a while on our ranch and thought we were doing a good job controlling them by eradicating every one we saw. We then stumbled on the Jager Pro MINE system on the internet and decided to give it a try as the hogs were getting educated to our previous tactics. We were shocked to see just how many hogs were moving back and forth onto the property that we had never seen before and that weren't there every day. The Jager Pro system allows us eliminate many more hogs than we even believed were present and much more efficiently, easily and reliably than our previous methods. If you think you are too early in your hog invasion to need a trap, like we did, I would bet you are not. Start trapping them before you think you have a big problem!

Phillip Conlin, Texas

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