Huge Typical Bucks at Boom Whitetails | Deer & Wildlife Stories



Huge Typical Bucks at Boom Whitetails | Deer & Wildlife Stories

This week on Deer & Wildlife Stories, Keith heads to a family-owned farm in Louisiana. Boom Whitetails shows us how the whole family pitches in to grow giant healthy deer.

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11 comments

  1. Just awesome brother!! Good ol boys! Keep up the good work!

  2. Howdy Mr. Warren… I am informed by a friend that Arkansas, where I live, won't let deer be ranched/penned, when you can step across a state line to La. (and Texas?) where it is allowed.. Can you imagine why Arkansas embraced such a 180 degree choice to put into law prohibiting?

  3. The industry is changing to clean typicals because the 600" retarded non-typicals now have gotten a reputation as "fake" trophies. Hunters by in large, don't respect hunters that bought their artificially grown trophy buck. At this point when any of us see a gross non-typical buck we just assume it was an artificial creation in pens and feed. The clean typicals look more natural rather than sticking out like a sore thumb and screaming artificially grown.

    I've always wanted to grow deer as well but it's not worth getting into now with CWD. It'd be like spending a million dollars to make a bomb just to watch it throw sparkles.

  4. Heart goes out to the young man who had that job injury.
    Love the deer farming. Something I would like to do.

  5. Awesome story, God bless them

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