A disease that impacts deer causes them to have major neurological problems, and it can rip through a herd pretty quickly.
Wildlife managers in Texas are doing their best to prevent the spread, and that means hunters have to adjust their routines and obey some new rules to help out.
Texas Parks and Wildlife says East Texas has some of the most dense wild hog populations in the state, and they tear up yards and ruin crops every year. Controlling the feral hog population is about to get real. Real messy. See what population control method Texas approved this week.