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  • Arby’s Venison Sandwiches Sell Out Quickly

    11/04/2016 12:29:35 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 33 replies
    CBS News ^ | November 4, 2016
    The phrase “get ’em while they’re hot” certainly applied when it came to Arby’s new seasonal offering. Last week, Arby’s announced they would be unveiling a venison sandwich, made from 100 percent deer meat. In addition to the venison steak, the sandwich also came with onions and a berry sauce on a toasted roll. The sandwich was to be available from Friday through Sunday, but as of about noon Friday, a spokesperson reported that all five Minnesota locations carrying the sandwich had sold out. In some case, it sold out in less than a half-hour. The sandwiches were briefly available...
  • Diocese Posting of Nun's Trophy Deer Draws Backlash

    12/07/2015 6:45:06 PM PST · by DemforBush · 37 replies
    Yahoo/AP ^ | 12/7/15 | N/A
    ST. MARYS, Pa. (AP) — A Roman Catholic diocese has taken down the Facebook photo of a nun with a 10-point buck she bagged after the posting drew criticism, some of it vulgar, by anti-hunting and animal rights activists, the diocese said...
  • Oklahoma girl takes shot at the record books with 16-point buck

    10/22/2015 12:48:36 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 31 replies
    KFOR ^ | 10.22 | K. QUERRY
    An Oklahoma girl may make it into the record books after killing a 16-point buck last weekend. Micalah Millard, who is just 14-years-old, was hunting with her father when she spotted a large buck through cameras set up on her grandfather’s ranch. Hours later, the buck reappeared. “I was surprised that I made the shot and hit him,” Micalah told KJRH. “She has killed deer before, but nothing like this. Nobody I know has ever killed anything like this,” said Malachi, Micalah’s father. Now, she must wait 60 days to wait for an official score, but the buck will likely...
  • What Ted Nugent offers to send to ‘kids at the border’ may cause dilemma for liberals

    07/17/2014 3:55:30 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 5 replies
    BizPac Review ^ | July 16, 2014 | Michele Kirk
    How do you fault a guy for wanting to help feed the flurry of new house guests Democrats like Obama have dropped off in our homes? If youÂ’re a bleeding-heart, anti-hunting liberal, you may have a conflict of interest, but fans were crystal clear about where they stood when rocker Ted Nugent made this offer on Twitter Wednesday: Ted Nugent âś” @TedNugent sending tons of pure nutritious venison to the kids at the border 8:55 AM - 16 Jul 2014 306 Retweets 329 favorites Richbirdhunter @Richbirdhunter @TedNugent That's good send them home with a full belly 8:58 AM - 16...
  • The Buck Who Carried His Rival’s Head (Deer Survives 2 Months w/ Severed Head Locked in Its Antlers)

    02/22/2014 3:34:18 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 27 replies
    Outdoor Hub ^ | February 10, 2014 | Daniel Xu
    The Buck Who Carried His Rival’s Head While it may look like a grisly trophy, the story behind the picture of the antler-locked bucks above is one of survival and endurance. I recently spoke with Luke Laha, a wildlife management instructor in Kansas, about how he and his students rescued an antler-locked deer that had been carrying around the head of his rival. So how did this deer come to be wearing such bizarre headgear? Laha said that there was once a body attached to that head, before the coyotes came. Laha works as an instructor at Pratt Community College’s...
  • Venison Sale Restrictions Should Be Loosened, Some Say (interesting article)

    10/19/2013 1:43:44 PM PDT · by DemforBush · 14 replies
    Wall Street Journal Online ^ | 10/18/2013 | Jim Sterra
    Link only (not sure about WSJ posting rules)
  • Anyone see "Chasing Tail" last night? Left is all fired up.

    04/12/2013 6:54:44 AM PDT · by envisio · 48 replies
    Chasing Tail ^ | 4/12/13 | DG
    Anyone catch this show last night? It is definetely for a small market of viewers. Like me. I loved it. The content interests me. Of course, this coming from someone who's favorite TV program is Duck Dynasty. This show will never take off like Duck Dynasty, but I thought it was fairly entertaining. One reason I like it is because, as I was watching, I was thinking that the left is going to have a fit about these hunters are 'killing defensless deer". I say they are not killing defensless deer... they are killing delicious meat. Besides, the deer have...
  • Let Them Eat Cake? Government Destroys 1,600 Pounds of Deer Meat for Homeless Just Because

    02/27/2013 6:24:50 PM PST · by marktwain · 54 replies ^ | 26 February, 2013 | Tad Cronn
    Hunters and homeless people in Louisiana are righteously outraged after state health officials forced a homeless shelter to throw out nearly a ton of perfectly good venison. The meat that had been donated to the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission could have fed more than 3,000 people. Instead, it was tossed in trash bins by officials from the Department of Health and Hospitals who say that state law prohibits the serving of venison in homeless shelters. Not only did the officials toss the meat, they doused it with Clorox to make sure it couldn’t be eaten by animals or, presumably, people. “Deer...
  • Electronic deer deterrent could prevent over 1 million accidents each year

    12/01/2012 10:48:45 AM PST · by ColdOne · 82 replies ^ | 11/27/12 | foxnews
    A new device could stop over one million automobile accidents each year, its inventor claims. Deer Deter is an automated electronic system designed to keep wild deer and other large animals from running into oncoming traffic in the dark of night. Using a combination of light and sound, it literally stops the animals in their tracks as cars pass by.
  • A hunter's guide for perfect venison

    11/01/2012 7:53:45 PM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 22 replies
    pioneer press ^ | 11-1-12 | dave orrick
    About a half-million Minnesotans will hit the woods and fields for this weekend's start of the firearms deer hunting season, the biggest annual outdoors event outside the walleye fishing opener. It's more than a hunt. It's a prelude to a feast. Roughly 8 million pounds of meat will be harvested from the state's robust deer herd this season, the vast majority of it Saturday and Sunday. It's lean, high-protein and free-range.
  • Dear Santa: Give me Bieber or I'll kill you

    12/17/2011 1:28:36 PM PST · by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis · 32 replies
    MSNBC ^ | 12-16-11
    A 13-year-old British girl shocked her mother by asking Santa Claus for a bunch of presents — including "the real-life Justin Bieber" — and threatening to kill Santa if he refuses to deliver. Metro UK reported this week that the girl, Mekeeda Austin, who lives in Brickhill in Bedford, also threatened to "hunt down" Santa's reindeer so she could "cook them and serve their meat to homeless people on Xmas day." The girl said she was mostly joking.
  • December 4 is Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry Day in Ohio

    12/03/2010 6:03:36 AM PST · by marktwain · 4 replies
    Buckey Firearms Association ^ | 30 November, 2010 | cbaus
    Last year, more than 116,750 pounds of venison donated to Ohioans in need With the opening day of Ohio's deer-gun season on November 29, hunters are reminded that donating a deer is free at meat processors participating in the Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) venison donation program. Although venison donations are accepted any day during the deer hunting season, September 25 – February 6, 2011; Saturday, December 4 has been designated as FHFH Day. Participating meat processors can be found by visiting the FHFH Web site at Last year, hunters showed they cared by donating nearly 116,750...
  • Snowmobile Traffic Jam, Venison Anybody? (Cool Pictures)

    01/12/2010 9:39:07 AM PST · by OneVike · 44 replies · 2,251+ views
    These pictures were emailed to me by a friend, I don't know where it is but I wish I was there with a good rifle. I love venison, don't you?
  • Corn Fed Venison - It Looked Good On Paper!

    05/30/2008 6:04:37 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 47 replies · 142+ views
    As I sit here behind this laptop, I now realize that this definitely wasn’t the brightest idea I have ever had. I was going to rope a deer, put it in a stall, feed it up on corn for a couple of weeks, then kill it and eat it. The first step in this adventure was getting a deer. I figured that, since they congregate at my cattle feeder and do not seem to have much fear of me when we are there (a bold one will sometimes come right up and sniff at the bags of feed while I...
  • Warnings of lead in venison irk hunters

    03/31/2008 12:42:01 PM PDT · by neverdem · 68 replies · 1,396+ views ^ | Mar. 29, 2008 | JAMES MacPHERSON
    Associated Press Thousands of pounds of venison donated to food pantries this year has become a contentious gift in three states. Officials in North Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa warn that the meat could be contaminated by lead from bullets. Hunting groups are calling it an overreaction. "It's alarmist and not supported by any science," said Lawrence Keane, a vice president and lawyer for the Newton, Conn.-based National Shooting Sports Foundation, a trade association for the firearms and ammunition industry. "High quality protein is now taken out of the mouths of needy, hungry people." North Dakota health officials on Wednesday told...
  • At Penn State, a meaty topic for students

    12/02/2007 5:26:42 PM PST · by Kid Shelleen · 84 replies · 120+ views
    AP via Philadephia Inquirer ^ | 12/02/07 | Genaro C. Armas
    The dead deer's innards are exposed by a perfect neck-to-belly incision. It's time for Dave Wolfgang's students to dig in. "Who would like to take the hearts and lungs out?" the Pennsylvania State University veterinary professor asks four volunteers wearing aprons and heavy-duty rubber gloves. Venison 101 class isn't for the faint of heart. For $99, a deer hunter, a cook, or the just plain curious can spend a day at Penn State's meat laboratory to learn the ins and outs of what to do with a prized carcass
  • Deer Hunter Bags 27-Point Buck

    11/21/2007 3:51:32 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 16 replies · 213+ views
    WKRC CBS 12 Cincinnati ^ | November 20, 2007 | WKRC CBS 12 Cincinnati
    Deer Hunter Bags 27-Point Buck "It's a dandy. I've deer hunted all my life and I've never seen nothing like it. I'd like to have one like it." Note: Click onto the Breitbart TV link below to watch the video news report of this story.
  • Bambi Vs. The Bureaucrats (State Wants To Euthanize Doe Man Raised From Fawn)

    09/21/2007 8:31:50 AM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 48 replies · 187+ views ^ | Sept. 19, 2007 | Winston Ross
    Bambi vs. the Bureaucrats Six years ago, an Oregon man rescued a fawn and raised her as a family pet. So when the state seized the deer, with a threat of euthanasia, all hell broke loose. By Winston Ross Sept. 19, 2007 - Had he been a hunter, and had the mottled white doe that tumbled down a hill into his rural Oregon driveway six years ago been an adult, Jim Filipetti could have ponied up $19, applied for a deer tag and gunned the animal down. He could have butchered the deer the state now knows as "Snowball," mounted...
  • Deer Roping in Elko NV

    04/13/2007 9:06:38 PM PDT · by Terriergal · 4 replies · 581+ views
    Family Friends and Firearms ^ | unknown | unknown
    Deer Roping In Elko Nevada I had this idea that I was going to rope a deer, put it in a stall, feed it up on corn for a couple of weeks, then kill it and eat it. The first step in this adventure was getting a deer. I figured that since they congregated at my cattle feeder and do not seem to have much fear of me when we are there (a bold one will sometimes come right up and sniff at the bags of feed while I am in the back of the truck not 4 feet away)...
  • Deer crashes poetry meeting--"It's not what you expect at a church"

    09/17/2005 3:36:30 PM PDT · by SJackson · 23 replies · 557+ views
    Charlotte Observer ^ | 9-17-05 | STEVE LYTTLE
    Buck arrives through church window, finds setup not to his liking Alice Wallace shut her eyes when she heard the loud crash that she assumed was an explosion. When something hit her arm, she figured it was a piece of the ceiling. A few seconds later, she opened her eyes. Standing on the table in front of her was an adult deer -- antlers and all. "It's not what you expect at a church," Wallace said Friday evening, still recovering from the shock of the animal's visit Friday morning to the meeting of her poetry club at Unitarian Universalist Church...
  • Deer Attack Three at Ill. University

    05/25/2006 10:01:47 AM PDT · by GreenEggsNHam · 63 replies · 1,377+ views
    Comcast News - Associated Press ^ | 25 May 2006 | JIM SUHR, Associated Press Writer
    Deer Attack Three at Ill. University By JIM SUHR, Associated Press Writer 5 hours ago CARBONDALE, Ill. - A year after the normally docile creatures attacked seven people on a university campus here, the deer have turned bullish again. Three people were attacked by deer within minutes of each other Tuesday on a footpath at Southern Illinois University, police said Wednesday. One doe probably was responsible for all three attacks, said Todd Sigler, the school's public safety chief. One worker needed stitches for a gash on his forehead, another suffered cuts, bruises and a sprained wrist, and a student was...
  • Hunters give deer to hungry

    03/03/2006 11:27:13 AM PST · by JZelle · 3 replies · 295+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 3-3-06 | Gary Emerling
    It's healthier than beef, it's good in a stew or in chili, you can make jerky with it, and the Virginia Hunters for the Hungry have hundreds of thousands of pounds to give away every year. "From jerky to jambalaya from stew to chili, there's a lot -- a lot -- of things deer meat can be used for," said Gary Arrington, senior project manager for the Virginia-based organization, which last year donated a record 340,173 pounds of venison to the hungry. "It's versatile," he said. Since its inception in 1991, Hunters for the Hungry has given away more than...
  • Eating wild deer unsafe

    01/27/2006 6:52:28 PM PST · by LurkedLongEnough · 21 replies · 862+ views - Biological Agents ^ | January 27, 2006 | John Soltes
    Deer and elk that are infected with mad cow-like disease, known as chronic wasting disease (CWD), carry infectious agents called prions in their leg muscles, indicating that those handling and eating infected deer meat may contract the same disease, University of Kentucky researchers reported on Jan. 26 in the journal Science. This newfound evidence is shocking because the public has been informed that the infectious prion protein for CWD was only present in parts of the nervous system such as brains and backbones. It was thought in the past that only nervous tissues from infected deer were susceptible to spreading...
  • Man kills deer with bare hands in bedroom

    11/02/2005 11:16:19 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 73 replies · 2,849+ views
    World ^ | 11/2/05
    For 40 exhausting minutes, Wayne Goldsberry battled a buck with his bare hands in his daughter’s bedroom in Arkansas, USA. Goldsberry finally subdued the five-point whitetail deer that crashed through a bedroom window at his daughter’s home. When it was over, blood splattered the walls and the deer lay dead on the bedroom floor, its neck broken. Goldsberry was at his daughter’s home when he heard glass breaking. He went back to check on the noise and found the deer. “I was peeking around the corner when the deer came out of the bedroom,” said Goldsberry. The deer ran down...
  • PETA officials collide with deer

    10/27/2005 5:55:34 PM PDT · by SJackson · 31 replies · 907+ views
    Strange Police ^ | February 2001
    <p>There's plenty of laughter and a little sadness in the hunting community over an incident involving a deer that collided with an automobile driven by two animal rights campaigners who belong to the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The folks who worship at the altar of animals now want to sue a New Jersey game department over the incident, claiming it's the state's fault that it happened.</p>
  • Town's Venison Banquet Puts a State on Alert

    04/09/2005 8:07:01 PM PDT · by neverdem · 32 replies · 1,684+ views
    NY Times ^ | April 10, 2005 | MICHELLE YORK
    VERONA, N.Y., April 7 - For years, David L. Smith cooked wild game for his Fire Department's annual fund-raising sportsmen banquet. It was his way to help out after he retired from the department's volunteer corps. At this year's banquet, on March 13, more than 300 townsfolk sampled his dishes - the venison meatballs, chili and patties. Three weeks later, Mr. Smith was trying to forget the whole affair with a whiskey at the local V.F.W. "My wife said they'd come to get me," he said. Through unlucky circumstance, tissue samples from a deer that one farmer donated for the...
  • City needs more deer departed, state says

    04/05/2005 9:30:44 AM PDT · by Willie Green · 7 replies · 380+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | Tuesday, April 05, 2005 | Associated Press
    More hunting within Pittsburgh's city limits is needed to thin the city's growing deer herd, according to state Game Commission officials. The deer herd has swelled over the past decade to somewhere in the thousands and growing, though hard numbers are difficult to come by, the commission said. Deer can be seen in populated areas because they've learned to live among humans who generally leave them alone, according to the commission.
  • This was just SWEET!!!

    03/11/2005 3:49:15 PM PST · by Calpernia · 159 replies · 1,887+ views
    Email ^ | 3/10/05 | Calpernia
    This was an email forward. I took the names out for privacy. I had to post, too sweet! Copy and edited: A lady found the fawn under her step (they think the doe might have been hit by a car)... her Ridge Back dog is helping look after it. The family named the fawn Bella. Once she has regained her strength (she was not in good shape when the family found her) they are going to send her to some friends who (in the past) raised two orphan deer and released them to the wild. Right now she is being...
  • The Merchant of Venison

    03/09/2005 6:41:30 AM PST · by Millicent_Hornswaggle · 36 replies · 1,217+ views ^ | March 9, 2005 | Mike S. Adams
    Dear Antonio: Thank you for your recent email concerning a picture of a deer posted on my website ( ). Your email asked how I could kill and eat such a beautiful creature with a clean conscience. Actually, that is a two-part question. The “how can I kill it” part would take too long to answer. I recommend the Outdoor Life Network (OLN) for tips on how to harvest a healthy buck. But the “how can I eat it” part is a little simpler. First, you need to decide whether venison is right for you. I would suggest starting...
  • Hunters lament lack of deer, but farmers beg to differ

    01/16/2005 9:39:16 AM PST · by Willie Green · 48 replies · 955+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | Sunday, January 16, 2005 | Don Hopey
    There are 1.6 million deer in Pennsylvania, so many that they are eating themselves out of forests, farms and parts of their home range. The voracious herd has prevented tree regrowth in vast tracts of the commonwealth's commercially valuable hardwood forests, eats millions of dollars of farm crops and collides with thousands of cars and trucks, causing damage and death. Yet there aren't enough deer for some hunters, who aren't seeing as many through their rifle scopes as they did a couple of years ago. Those hunters now want the state to go back to rules that would put greater...
  • No matter how you cut it up, eating people is simply wrong -

    12/07/2003 4:54:53 PM PST · by UnklGene · 40 replies · 617+ views
    The Telegraph - UK ^ | December 8, 2003 | Barbara Amiel
    No matter how you cut it up, eating people is simply wrong - By Barbara Amiel (Filed: 08/12/2003) Not a few modern cannibals in the West have been German and it would be tempting to say, after reading the testimony of self-confessed cannibal Armin Meiwes, now on trial in Kassel, that eating people is a peculiarly German thing to do. But there have been some American and British cannibals, with the odd Russian as well. What may be an EU speciality is that apparently cannibalism is not a crime - though using wooden chopping boards may be. Somehow, one would...
  • Deer hunters donate venison to food pantries

    11/14/2004 9:03:43 AM PST · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 11 replies · 460+ views
    CBS 2 Chicago ^ | November 14, 2004 | AP
    MILWAUKEE (AP) Wisconsin deer hunters are donating the proceeds of this year's early deer hunt to food banks. Nearly four-thousand deer already were donated as of last week. The state's venison donation program takes deer killed outside the chronic wasting disease eradication zones to food pantries. Laurie Fike is coordinator of the Department of Natural Resources program. She says this year's deer donations could top ten-thousand after the state's nine-day gun season later this month. Fike says hunters typically donate about two-thirds of their kill. This year's spike also is attributed to the state's Earn-a-Buck program. In some areas, hunters...
  • Huh? (Meeeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwww!)

    05/21/2004 10:06:02 AM PDT · by Sandie0123 · 203 replies · 651+ views
    If that stupid little hoe can't find other ways to get money off that farm, then SHE'S stupid :) Don't diss on PETA just because they're right, ok? ok. I'm a student at UCLA and a PETA member!
  • a true christmas story

    12/25/2003 9:37:20 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 15 replies · 493+ views
    freerepublic ^ | 12-25-03 | freepatriot32
    when my brother was six years old my dad hit a deer with his truck and got him right on the head and broke the deers nose.So he put it on the back of the truck and brought it home to clean it and cook it up.He pulled in about 10 seconds before my mom and brother did so my dad went and put down the gate of the truck and out plops the deers head and the first thing my brother saw was the blood RED nose of this deer.Now keep in mind this is about the 8 or...
  • Vegan elementary

    10/26/2003 4:36:02 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 21 replies · 209+ views
    SF Chronicle ^ | 10-26-03 | Debra J. Saunders
    <p>IF YOU TOOK every failed, trendy educrat idea, packaged them in a school and put radical animal-rights activists in charge of it, you'd end up with something like the Humane Education Learning Community -- a K-6 charter school approved by Sacramento's San Juan Unified School District.</p>
  • Deer processor closes abruptly, leaves big mess

    12/17/2002 8:37:44 AM PST · by Willie Green · 5 replies · 179+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | Tuesday, December 17, 2002 | Don Hopey
    <p>A red and white hand-lettered sign reading "Welcome Hunters" still hung outside the concrete block building in Hays yesterday where 400 deer carcasses lay rotting, after a seasonal deer processor abandoned the business.</p> <p>More than 100 of the dead deer could be seen staring glassy-eyed from the back of an open rental truck parked in front of the building at 271 Baldwin Road. A like number were stuffed so tightly into a trailer beside the building that heads and legs protruded from under the door. Other deer heads, hooves and assorted trimmings filled two dozen 55-gallon drums.</p>
  • On the first day of deer season, the town of Claysville gets its shot

    12/02/2002 11:11:36 AM PST · by Willie Green · 19 replies · 921+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | Monday, December 02, 2002 | Michael A. Fuoco
    <p>The coffee's been brewed, the pastries are freshly baked and the eggs and bacon await frying.</p> <p>Fear not, hungry deer hunters, restaurants and markets in Claysville, Washington County, are ready for your visit today, the first day for hunting deer with firearms.</p>
  • Bambi's Mother in the Cross Hairs

    12/02/2002 8:47:38 AM PST · by ppaul · 81 replies · 1,494+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 12/02/02 | staff
    Very few people like the idea of shooting Bambi's mother. But there may be no better way to slow the rapid expansion of deer populations that are devastating ecosystems in many areas of the country. At least 20 million white-tailed deer are ranging the nation at the moment, a huge jump from only 500,000 in 1900, according to a recent report by Andrew C. Revkin in The Times. They plunder farm crops and alter the ecology of forests by eating the low-lying vegetation and destroying the seedlings needed for new growth. In the process, they displace many smaller animals...
  • In the Suburbs, What to Do About a Deer

    09/13/2002 6:01:11 AM PDT · by SJackson · 84 replies · 517+ views
    Washington Post ^ | September 12, 2002 | Bob Levey
    It was a Friday evening, and Cynthia Fain was off to do an errand. As she came out of her apartment complex in Gaithersburg, "I saw a deer lying on the side of the road," Cynthia says. "I realized he had just been hit by a motorist." Cynthia approached the obviously dying animal "to see what help I could offer." Meanwhile, a security guard called Montgomery County police, and a crowd (including several children) began to gather. "I sat on the curb and stroked the deer's head," Cynthia writes. "He responded by opening his eyes and putting his head in...