Founded in 2006, JAGER PRO™ consists of ten retired Soldiers with over 220 years of combined Army training and experience. Upon military retirement, they simply adapted their mission from a two-legged enemy to a four-legged invasive species using the same strategic precision. They were the first company to develop military-grade technology and methods to harvest 100,000+ feral swine annually in the United States. JAGER PRO™ invented the M.I.N.E.™ Trapping System with five approved patents and innovated thermal hog control methods in the United States. M.I.N.E.™ is an acronym for Manually Initiated Nuisance Elimination™ and the cornerstone of their success. The show is hosted by JAGER PRO™ Founder, Rod Pinkston. His remote-control trapping and thermal shooting footage were the first to appear on national television and YouTube in 2007. He retired from the United States Army Marksmanship Unit’s (USAMU) Olympic Shooting Team at Fort Benning, Georgia after his Soldiers won two gold medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. The first season (26 shows) will demonstrate how a single Hog Control Operator™ efficiently removes the entire population of 450 feral pigs from a 4,800-acre property along the Flint River in central Georgia. Each week teaches the art and science of Integrated Wild Pig Control™ in a carefully documented case study of whole-sounder removal. The purpose of this show is to teach viewers how to eliminate feral swine populations from their entire county or Soil & Water Conservation District using future Farm Bill funding in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.