GATESVILLE — After ridding Coryell County of about 1,000 feral hogs since Aug. 1, commissioners agreed Monday to put another $10,000 into the bounty fund for the Hog Out program.
The county won $15,000 for second place in the state Hog Out grant competition last year, thanks to the success of a program to pay a $10 bounty for each hog killed in Coryell County.
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