Alabama Outdoor News Article

The following article is from Alabama Outdoor News.  Click here for the full article. Big Buck Project Breeder Bucks Released Into Marengo County Plans to release farmed deer into the wild deer herd in Marengo County—arguably the heart of Alabama’s deer herd—have reverberated across the deer world, drawing both praise and opposition—most of the opposition [...]

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Hale & BigDaddy Discuss Media Attention Surrounding the Big Buck Project

Big Buck Project is discussed on the radio show “Gettin’ Outdoors” with BigDaddy Lawler and Hale talking about some of the media attention.  

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Roy Jordan Talks About Releasing Deer Into the Wild on His Property

Mr. Roy Jordan has been releasing deer on his free range property for 17 years and tells us all about the Big Bucks he is growing now

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Deer Season Means Big Bucks

This Article Appeared in the Democrat Reporter this week.

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State Veterinarian Says “This is the way to do it..”

Big Buck Project in the News.  Article below by Jeff Dute, read full story here. In an effort to enhance the deer herd’s genetic structure and possibly spur economic activity, organizers of a new program in Marengo County plan to begin releasing breeder bucks with proven trophy potential at numerous sites this fall. The Big [...]

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Hale Talks Big Buck Project on Gettin’ Outdoors Radio Program

Hale discussing the Project with BigDaddy on the Gettin’ Outdoors Radio Show Saturday Morning

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Tutt Land & Partners Announce Project

Tutt Land & Partners Announce Project

Tutt Land Company and the Big Buck Project Partners are excited to announce this revolutionary new initiative to restore Record Breaking Genetics to Marengo County’s deer herd.  How are we going to do this? We will be releasing 200″ genetic Breeder Bucks into the wild all across Marengo County in the fall of 2012 (yes, [...]

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