A team of wildlife biologists working on worldwide conservation projects developed the Pig Brig Trap System to make their lives easier (and accomplish eradication/removal work). This team focuses on conflicts with overabundant or non-native deer, goats, pigs, and elk.
Their projects usually require the removal of every last animal (or many animals) from an island, a fenced area, a neighborhood, or a national park. This takes quite a bit of work. It’s not the first 100 animals that are difficult, but the last 10 take 90% of the effort. That’s the heart of the Pig Brig Trap System – to enable you to catch every last feral pig out there.