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Old Apr 18th 2015, 08:03 PM   #1
 
  Apr 2009


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While walking off a good meal, my family and I decided to walk through our local bass pro shop. Of course I reminded them, that we would not purchase anything due to the owner's stance on deer farming. They agreed, and so we proceeded. Then I noticed this beautiful picture that caught my eye. I noticed immediately the metal tag in the ear of one of the bucks and decided to explain to the floor manager about deer farming. And how those bucks were from a deer farm and not from the wild (as the photographer would have led us to believe). Then I explained how the owner of bass pro (his boss) had decided that deer farming was bad for business! *At the end of our conversation, he had learned the truth about deer farming!


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Old Apr 19th 2015, 05:07 AM   #2
 
  Feb 2015
  Maywood MO.
James I would have loved to had been there to hear that conservation. Thats great that you seen that and brought it to their attention
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Old Apr 21st 2015, 07:15 AM   #3
 
  Apr 2009
  Gillett WI


That photo was taken from my farm and sold to Bass Pro for limited use. Helps to pay the bills to keep cameras in the hands of our guides. Thanks Sam for taking the time to bring deer farming to light with managers. *Scott
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Old May 13th 2015, 05:58 PM   #4
 
  Apr 2009


Scott, I don't know what you and bass pro agreed on as limited use but... they appeared to have boxes of that picture they were selling for a fair amount of money.
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