QDMA urges hunters in seven states to oppose deer-breeding legislation

The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is urging hunters in seven states to oppose the expansion of the deer-breeding industry, which QDMA perceives as a growing threat to wild deer and the deer-hunting heritage. Legislation designed to loosen or dismantle regulatory barriers to white-tailed deer breeding and farming is being considered in Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. I suspect that an “outdoors” propagandist I know of in Pennsylvania is among the backers of this and I’m surprised that Pennsylvania is not among the listed states. Thank heavens. The QDMA’s release is here.

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One response to “QDMA urges hunters in seven states to oppose deer-breeding legislation

  1. Ask the QDMA why they condone Jeff Foxworthy farm in Georgia

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