Phil Mace, left, and Kenny Lee walk acres in northern Horry County with their dogs looking for hogs last week. The pair will be featured in The Hunt Channel’s “Southern Hog Slayers: The Rootin’ Life” on Oct. 3. Mace said if you factor the 10-year life span of one sow, her offspring and their offspring there can be 1,000,000 hogs by the time she dies.
Phil Mace, left, and Kenny Lee walk acres in northern Horry County with their dogs looking for hogs last week. The pair will be featured in The Hunt Channel’s “Southern Hog Slayers: The Rootin’ Life” on Oct. 3. Mace said if you factor the 10-year life span of one sow, her offspring and their offspring there can be 1,000,000 hogs by the time she dies. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Phil Mace, left, and Kenny Lee walk acres in northern Horry County with their dogs looking for hogs last week. The pair will be featured in The Hunt Channel’s “Southern Hog Slayers: The Rootin’ Life” on Oct. 3. Mace said if you factor the 10-year life span of one sow, her offspring and their offspring there can be 1,000,000 hogs by the time she dies. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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