In the paper and on the news is about
an Elk farm that lost about dozen or so
of their elk. Seems they escaped the farm
The Fish and Game are concerned that
the farm elk will get with the wild elk and
pass on some diseases.
Now I know there are some out there who
get upset with us, who rank about the rich
and their ways. And we get accused of
But I got to say, having a elk farm for the
rich (cost $5,995 and up) to hunt on, well,
it is just wrong.
Now I am not some anti-hunting person,
who thinks this is wrong.
I am a former hunter, who thinks this is
Hunting, to be fair, is to go out in the
animals environment, and hunt for them.
Kind of a hide and seek, so to speak,
with deadly results. I guess to be truly
fair, we would have to give animals guns
or bows and arrows.
It is bad enough that some hunters road
hunt. A true hunter, walks the woods. Climbs
the hills and over the down trees (which is why
I am a former hunter, my 28 inch legs don't do
well climbing over 34 inch or more downed trees ).
You go thru the bushes, up and down the trails,
and canyons. That is what a hunter does.
Hunting on a farm, is like shooting fish in
a barrel. Do the rich (because no middle wage,
or less can afford $5,995) have so little time,
that they have to have the so called wild life
rounded up for them? What happens if the
elk is short in the antler department? Is he
killed for dinner at the farm house? And what
about the elk the Fish and Game shot? What
happen to the meat. They can test a inch piece,
what happens to the rest? I sure hope they gave
it to the food bank or etc.
You know if these guys did walk the wilderness,
maybe they wouldn't be so uptight. But hunting
in a fenced area (I don't care if it is 200 acres)?
THIS IS JUST WRONG.
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