Crop-Price Plunge Helps Hunters as Pheasants Fly in South DakotaBy
Farmers planting fewer corn fields means expanded bird habitat
As flock expands, so do sales of hunting gear, licenses, guns
The longest U.S. corn slump since the 1980s has turned into a bumper year for South Dakota’s $220 million pheasant-hunting industry, the nation’s biggest.
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