Another giant hog killed in North Carolina

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Terrell Harris and the giant boar he killed on Saturday in Wagram, North Carolina. (WGHP)

Terrell Harris and the giant boar he killed on Saturday in Wagram, North Carolina. (WGHP)

WAGRAM, N.C. (WGHP) – Another giant boar has been killed in eastern North Carolina.

Terrell Harris killed the massive wild hog in Scotland County around 2 a.m. Saturday.

Harris and his friends had to use a winch to load the massive boar on a trailer.

“A friend had pictures of it on a game camera for two nights. It had destroyed a 10-acre field of chuffa,” Terrell’s wife Dawn said. “Terrell and some friends butchered and processed the hog on Sunday.”

Dawn said the boar weighs at least 500 pounds.

Last week a man killed a 500-pound boar in Bertie County.

In North Carolina, wild boar may be hunted year round during normal hunting hours. There is no closed season and no bag limit.

Read more about the boar at WGHP.