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It’s been about four months since Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced Habitat Pays. The initiative is a one-stop shop for property owners who are looking to transform land into wildlife habitat. Now the state Game, Fish and Parks Department officials are attempting to ramp up the interest by providing education and awareness for the available conservation programs.

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There is nothing like the endorsement of a celebrity to help a cause, and one such event took place recently in South Dakota. Matt Hughes, who is a retired Ultimate Fighting Championship Hall of Fame fighter, took to the fields in South Dakota.

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A panel of four experts have recently stated during the Pheasants Forever State Meeting in Mitchell, that precision farming is good for habitat conservation. During the meeting, the four panelists discussed what improvements could be implemented since the Governor’s Pheasant Habitat Summit that was held over two years ago.

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Sportsman organizations that have approved propagation facilities are being given the opportunity to contribute to the local pheasant stocks in Pennsylvania. The clubs can raise chicks from a day old as part of a free program ran by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

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A recent South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks report shows that the number of hunting licenses being sold to youths has declined. The trend that has occurred over the past decade, shows that there has been no increase in the number of licenses sold for over 10 years.

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When you ask pheasant hunters where they got their first taste of their favourite sport, many of them will say it was with their fathers and grandfathers. This is especially true when there were an abundant number of pheasants in Southern Michigan. However, as the pheasant population has declined, so have the number of hunters who are spending time in the field.

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The agricultural land market that has been relatively soft recently is not set for a major change this year. Reports from the Farmers National Company suggest that while values for high quality land holdings will be steadier; there will be a decline in valuation for lower quality land.

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While there is no official statement yet, the pheasant season that closed on Sunday January 3rd, 2016 looks like it was a solid, if not successful, season.

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With the pheasant hunting season over, hunters from across the US and the world, will be looking back at the 2015-2016 season with happiness.

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There is no better place than South Dakota for pheasant hunting. That’s what Bob Gwizdz from the Lansing State Journal has recently stated online.

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There has been a question of the amount that hunters, anglers, park visitors and wildlife viewers spend while they visit the state. Yet this information is so vitally important that the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks is hoping that a new economic survey and analysis will tell them the exact contribution.

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His yellow coat may have been soaking, and he was probably cold, but the loyal hunting dog Ole still worked his way across the bank that surrounded a cattle watering pond. Along the border were small tufts of cattails.

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There are many threats for birds. One of them is lead poisoning from shots. Yet this doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. South and North Dakota have already placed in safeguards, and now Minnesota is being asked to ban the toxic shot.

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If you love the outdoors and are looking for a place to live in Kansas, there is no better place than Dodge City. That is what local football coach, Dave Foster thinks.

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On the 12th December 2015, the 8th Annual Youth and Women’s hunt was held at Glen Elder and hosted by Pass It On, Outdoor Mentors.

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Over the last few years farmers have been taking fields out of the CRP to put back into production because of the rise in prices for certain crops. From this, the US is now suffering one of the longest corn slumps for 30 years and this has led to a great year for the pheasant population of South Dakota.

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A career off the farm was what Doug Sombke wanted when he headed off to college in 1978. However, it was only a few weeks into his freshman year when he decided that he should head back to his family’s Conde farm.

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While it is late in the season and most of the released pheasants in many states have already been harvested, there are still good hunting opportunities around. The late season is particularly great for hunting dogs as some hunters find this is when they are in their element.

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While they may not have the appeal of South or North Dakota, there are other states where hunting pheasants is still available for all. Hunting in Wisconsin is still available and it is not just pheasants: turkeys are also on the hunter radars.

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Over several morning coffees this November, Christoffersen would watch pheasant hunters at work. The sportsmen were cornering the popular game bird near his wheat and cattle farm in Minnesota, but to no luck. The birds seemed to have learnt the trick to avoiding the hunters.

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