The House Agriculture Policy Committee had a public hearing Wednesday on a bill that would allow property owners to use night vision and thermal imaging devices to hunt nuisance predators. State Representative Danny Busick is on that committee.

The predators listed in the bill are coyotes, raccoons, skunks, and feral hogs. The Missouri Department of Conservation says trapping is more effective than hunting feral hogs.

Dirk Deaton is sponsoring the House Bill 1795. Hear more from Danny Busick Saturday morning at 11:10 on Superstation KRES.