Wild pigs cause tremendous damage to farmlands and crops in the Southeast. A new study by University of Georgia researchers shows that the movement of wild pigs through the terrain depends on temperature and type of weather. This knowledge may allow farmers to more easily trap these pests before they can do too much damage. You can read more about how they did the study and what their results were at Predict Wild Pig Movements with Terrain and Weather Clues | Pork Business.