Yikes. I would run inside if I saw that at my house!!!
Awww. I'm just going to pretend he was sick and Dave picked him up to give him a lift. OK?
OK all you bleeding heart tree huggers. First of all, hunters contribute BILLIONS of dollars nationwide to the states they hunt in. To the governments for the license fees, to the local stores, motels, and restaurants they stop at. Second, State Farm estimates that 1.5 million vehicles collide with deer every year, resulting in 150 motorists deaths and $1.1 billion in vehicle damages. Ohio ranks 4th in deer-car accidents.Third, my family does eat the meat that comes from the deer I kill and has an averate cost of $.50 a pound. Forth, what do you think people did before there were grocery stores? Garden and hunt, just like the magizine that "tenacious V" pointed out is available for subscription.Fifth, I am proud of my hunting heritage, passed down from my father, I will always value our time spent in God's country learning about nature.If you want to learn more, please contact me and I can give you my biased information. :)
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