Hundreds take stand against Michigan's new feral pig law
BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. -- Hundreds are taking a stand against Michigan's new feral pig law.
The market "Local New Buffalo" has collected more than 300 signatures.
The petition is part of a statewide movement to get the law changed.
Michigan outlawed feral pigs on April 1st, but many have questioned the law since it includes heritage pigs which are used for pork.
Right now, raising a heritage pig is a two-year felony.