JAGER PRO™ was established in 2006 to help reduce the economic and environmental damage caused by feral hogs. Founder & CEO, Rod Pinkston, has taken a staff of five retired Soldiers with 114 years of military experience and applied their combat skills and knowledge towards improving hog control efficiency across the United States. These warriors innovated thermal hog control methods and developed the patent-pending M.I.N.E.™ (Manually Initiated Nuisance Elimination) Trapping System after three years of research. These high-volume methods remove 1,500+ enemy targets annually in five southwestern Georgia counties. The M.I.N.E.™ Trapping System is currently deployed in 12 states.
JAGER PRO™ provides Georgia farmers and plantation owners with innovative wild hog management by implementing thermal shooting operations at night during 100 nights of the planting and harvest seasons. They accomplish this mission by providing AR-10 rifles, thermal optics and unlimited .308 caliber ammunition to guest hunters for the ultimate tactical boar hunting experience and adventure. This service is provided at no cost to the farmer while hogs are donated to any family, church, organization or charity requesting wild pork. JAGER PRO™ also markets the most efficient hog control products and technology to farmers, wildlife managers, wildlife control operators, hunters, trappers and state/federal wildlife professionals in order to better manage feral hog populations across the entire United States.
The JAGER PRO™ app educates hunters and trappers about the latest methods and equipment required for feral hog hunting and hog control with a monthly video newsletter, hunt calendar, guide service, as well as a link to the online store.
Instantly view monthly videos with a link to the JAGERPRO YouTube channel and get instant updates of their weekly high-volume hunting and trapping pictures along with the high-tech products used to accomplish each task.
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