On Deer & Wildlife Stories: Land Owners Stop Further Urbanization
AUSTIN, Texas – -(AmmoLand.com)-This week Keith Warren and crew of Deer & Wildlife Stories visit Griffith Brothers Whitetail Ridge in the Hershey state of Pennsylvania. There, they examine the sacrifices deer breeders make, and the conservational benefits they provide by raising whitetail deer on their land instead of developing the land for residences.
“As the title sponsor for Deer & Wildlife Stories, the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance (ADWA) appreciates Keith Warren’s efforts in showing the public how hard work and determination can pay off for landowners, and also provides viewers with an alternative to further urbanization in this nation,” says ADWA director of operations Annie Jones.
Brothers Rick and Dave Griffith of Griffith Brothers Whitetail Ridge were planning on having their family land developed into residential homes, but decided to raise whitetail deer instead. The family farm has become one of the nation’s premier breeding operations, famous for their deer herd composed of several breeder bucks that score in excess of 250”. For more information on this special family farm, please visit www.trophyclassdeer.com.
Going across the country, Deer & Wildlife Stories takes viewers to visit the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum in downtown San Antonio, Texas. The longest running business in the state, the landmark houses over 10,000 mounts from around the world today. A great way for both the young and old to see the world as it was a hundred years ago, the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum boasts a monument to the famous ‘trick’ shooters the Toepperwein, a couple that traveled the country and amazed fans with their trick shots and bullet art. To discover a whole new Wild West experience, please visit www.buckhornmuseum for more details.
“Since the beginning of Deer & Wildlife Stories, our team and ADWA have been receiving positive emails coming after every show – we’re so proud that it’s been a viewer hit,” says Keith Warren, host of Deer & Wildlife Stories.
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 affect 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.