With deer season right around the corner all the hunting magazines are now showing, what I call "Freak Show Bucks" on the covers. I've hunted deer nearly all my life and I've never seen anything like the deer that are being farmed and harvested now days. The pictures suck me right in, I want to harvest one of these monsters, until I start thinking how that buck got to be so big and healthy in these drought riddled seasons. It's called deer farming, another way for the land owners to recover some of the losses because of bad farming weather. These huge racked deer are becoming cash cows for the land owner/deer farmer. Here's what is happening, (and I personally don't agree with this method).