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  • Dogs trained to retrieve antlers shed in woods and fields

    At Antler Ridge, outside of Smithville, owners Roger and Sharon Sigler train Labrador retrievers to hunt and retrieve antlers that have been shed in woods and fields throughout the country. Horns discarded by white-tailed bucks, elk, moose and caribou are the trophies in a small but growing pastime.

At Antler Ridge, outside of Smithville, owners Roger and Sharon Sigler train Labrador retrievers to hunt and retrieve antlers that have been shed in woods and fields throughout the country. Horns discarded by white-tailed bucks, elk, moose and caribou are the trophies in a small but growing pastime. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
At Antler Ridge, outside of Smithville, owners Roger and Sharon Sigler train Labrador retrievers to hunt and retrieve antlers that have been shed in woods and fields throughout the country. Horns discarded by white-tailed bucks, elk, moose and caribou are the trophies in a small but growing pastime. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

Smithville farm trains dogs to become valuable antler hunters

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