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a hunt for animals that have been raised on game ranches until they are mature enough to be killed for trophy collections

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This study was aimed at estimation of voluntary feed intake of wild rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus algirus) during reproductive resting period in context to their intensive breeding in game farms.
In mid-October, the PGC declared a 600-square-mile disease designation area around the game farm where CWD was found.
The robber first tried to break into the Lombardini Game Farm s cash register and a cupboard.
Purchased with sportsmen's dollars, not public funds, pheasants are raised by Peaceable Hill Game Farm in Vermont, Valley Game Farm in New York and Full Flight Game Farm in Bernardston.
Wisconsin pheasant hunters kill about 200,000 birds a year, with about a fourth of them game farm birds stocked for the gun.
The owner has run a successful game farm in the past and the pheasant rearing buildings on site and pens could be resurrected.
Sixty of 76 deer killed at a Wisconsin game farm earlier this year tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD), reports The Capital Times.
But investigators caught Terry Sizer, owner of Pye Hall Game Farm in Suffolk, on film admitting that 24,000 of his 300,000 chicks died at the farm this year.
Carrie Bell, owner of Nipissing Game Farm, Exporting Award, Northeastern Ontario
In the past nine years, possibly as a consequence of game farm practices, CWD in deer and elk has spread from two states to 10 more and two Canadian provinces.
In December, Limpopo game wardens confiscated six lions from an illegal breeding project on a private game farm.
North Central PIMA Division 4th Annual "Guns of Navarino" North Central Sporting Clays J&H Game Farm Navarino, WI Contact: Nick Dohr, dohrknob@aol.
Gordon's elephant was trucked to the gallery from a Connecticut game farm for a shoot last May.
He suspects this is due to the interstate transportation of game farm animals.
Peter Channing, owner of the Lillyfontein game farm near Durban, South Africa, said he had only agreed to take Mrs Stewart for a flip over the park in his helicopter as a special favour for her birthday.