Deer & Wildlife Stories Cools Off with Some Wisconsin Whitetails
AUSTIN, Texas — Farmers in hard winter climates face unique challenges, and this week Keith Warren’s Deer & Wildlife Stories gives viewers an inside look at how deer breeders take care of their herd in freezing temperatures.
Sponsored by the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance (ADWA), this episode of Deer & Wildlife Stories visits Ron and Mary Pierce of Pierce Whitetail Ranch in Sarona, Wis., and shows how deer can deal with cold temperatures and the hard labor deer farmers endure to save their deer from icy winters and starvation. This week’s episode will also feature Scar, a special deer that was a rare triplet birth.
“Scar is a three-year old prized breeder buck that continues to battle and overcome the odds of nature,” says show host Keith Warren. “Without the assistance of some special people, Scar would have more than likely died due to nature’s rule.”
Deer & Wildlife Stories airs on the Outdoor Channel three times every week — Tuesdays at 9am EST, Fridays at 2am EST and Saturdays at 5:30pm EST.
Pierce Whitetails is located in beautiful Northwestern Wisconsin and have been raising whitetail deer since 1998. What started out as a hobby more than a decade ago, has become a full-time profession for Ron and Mary Pierce.
The American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is a national non-profit trade organization representing deer and wildlife associations, industry professionals and equipment manufacturers. ADWA serves as the ‘national voice’ for regional associations and companies within the deer and wildlife industries and its sole purpose is to promote wildlife, habitat and land stewardship, and to grow the wildlife industry through education and aggressive public relations for its members.
For more information on the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance and/or to become a member, please call 877.331.8607 or visit www.deerwildlifealliance.org.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth of the deer and wildlife industry, and to help educate consumers and the youth on the conservation issues which effect deer and wildlife as well as the industry. For more information on the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, call 877.331.8607 or visit www.deerwildlifealliance.org.