Indiana is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of women who hunt. One-point-five million of the nation’s hunters are now women.
A June decision from the Indiana Supreme Court struck down a 2005 ban from the Department of Natural Resources. Now, the industry is virtually unregulated.
The Supreme Court is allowing a lower-court ruling, allowing high-fenced hunting, to stand.
The Indiana Natural Resources Commission is considering a proposal to allow hunting with higher caliber rifles.
A three-judge panel ruled 2-1 the DNR overstepped the powers given to it by the legislature when it attempted to ban the preserves in 2005.
Legislation to legalize and regulate high-fenced deer hunting preserves has failed in past sessions.
Should Hoosiers be allowed to hunt deer over high-fenced gaming preserves, the impact hunger is having in the classroom and we take the cold water challenge.
The number of deer harvested in Indiana in 2013 decreased 8 percent from 2012.
Hunters can bring their deer meat to a processor to be donated to Indiana food banks.
Indiana legislators are considering a proposal that would keep the Department of Natural Resources from shutting down farms that raise deer for hunting.