Luckily, I don't have a hog problem, yet. Actually, I've never killed a wild hog myself; however, I have butchered quite a few as well as cooked a couple.
The first rule, is DO NOT kill a big old boar, if you want to eat the meat. #2, Unlike a domestic hog, don't try to scrape a wild hog, skin it. #3, When cooking a wild hog, it's best to cut it into the hams, shoulders, back straps, and loins before cooking and then smoke the meat keeping the temperature around 275 degrees until it's done. Finally, #4 is once the meat is done, debone and chop it then smother it in a good SC style mustard based bar-b-q sauce and serve with bar-b-q hash and rice with a side of cole slaw and some hush puppies with banana pudding for dessert!!!!!!!!!!!
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