High-fence 'hunting' violates North Dakota outdoor heritage October 18, 2010 North Dakota

A small number of North Dakota operators are now selling the opportunity to hunt captive-bred big-game animals, such as deer and elk, within confined high-fence facilities. For thousands of dollars, one can select the size and configuration of antlers on their “trophy.” Not only do we believe that such hunting is unethical but that it provides one more assault on hunting itself.

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