Cahaba River Camera Offers Innovative and Cost Effective Solution to the $800 Million in Damages Nationwide Caused by Feral Swine

CRCS provides a unique trapping system using live streaming video to monitor pens, detect high traffic and optimal trap times to ensure a 100 percent capture rate of your feral hog population.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friendRepost This
'We understand the problem and the damage to wildlife and farmlands caused by feral hogs in the southeast and the nation,' said T.R. Roper, President of CRCS. 'We are committed to providing an innovative and cost effective solution.'

Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Cahaba River Camera Solutions (CRCS) is excited to offer a solution to combat the damage feral pigs cause to agriculture, property, natural resources, and the health of humans and other livestock. According to the United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), damage to the nation by feral swine is estimated at $800 million and growing. There are 5 million feral pigs and their numbers are expected to triple in the next five years. Feral pigs reproduce as early as 8 months old and produce 1 and a half liters of 4 to 6 piglets per year. If action is not taken in a timely manner, the size of the problem and cost to correct increases exponentially. To mitigate this increasing problem and reduce the devastation, the APHIS has allocated $20 million, which is the first organized effort of its kind. This demonstrates the significance and severity of the problem.

“We understand the problem and the damage to wildlife and farmlands caused by feral hogs in the southeast and the nation,” said T.R. Roper, President of CRCS. “We are committed to providing an innovative and cost effective solution. Our feral hog trapping system and services are the best in the industry. We assist livestock producers, farmers, landowners, wildlife management companies, city, and state agencies in controlling the feral hog population.”

The CRCS trapping system utilizes live streaming video to monitor 32-foot diameter pens, detecting high traffic feed times to determine trap times. An 8-foot gate system is then remotely activated at precisely the right time to maximize the capture rate. With over 30 years of feral hog hunting experience and 20+ years of private land management, we have designed our trapping system to condition even the oldest and wisest hog to enter the trap, which gives our clients the best chance to capture the entire drove.

CRCS handles the entire trapping service, including consulting with each client to determine optimal trap placement and other important considerations to achieve the best possible results. We require a minimal initial set-up fee and then charge for only positive results. Our goal is 100 percent capture and removal of your entire feral hog population.    

About Cahaba River Camera Solutions:

CRCS specializes in feature rich, real-time, high-definition game camera systems and cellular broadband applications. The company has developed the ability to produce an Internet access point portal on remote equipment which supports the retrieval of data from the remote device and the ability to push commands to the remote device in real-time live platforms. Video recordings can be triggered by motion, audio, or cross line detection with a trigger speed of two seconds before motion is detected. The technology platform works on a broadband cellular data infrastructure that requires the use of a broadband air card. CRCS can sell or license this application. For more information, please call (888) 812-2637 or email us at info(at)cahabarivercamera(dot)com. We invite you to visit us at http://www.cahabarivercamera.com.


Contact

Attachments