We talk a lot about hunting the native Whitetail Deer but let’s not forget about the other beautiful animals out there that make up a category called exotics.

Per TPWD, the term exotic “refers to medium to large sized non-indigenous or non-native mammals and birds that landowners have introduced onto ranches and properties in either a confined or free-ranging status. The first release of exotics onto Texas ranches occurred in 1930, when a group of nilgai antelope was released on the King Ranch in South Texas.”

So they’ve been around almost 100 years now and some folks think they are a prized hunt to be preserved (and the meat of some species a delicacy) while others think they are a nuisance that should be eradicated for pushing out the native animals.

In the latest episode of the Feed Bandit Podcast we tackle this hunting controversy head on.

Maybe there is a middle ground in the matter? We’ll see.

What do you think about exotics? Are they a prize, nuisance or something in between? Let us know!

As a reminder you can now leave us a voicemail question or comment and we’ll address it on the next Feed Bandit Podcast! Go to https://feedbandit.com/show/ and send us a message today!

If you haven’t listened to the Feed Bandit Podcast yet please do so especially if you’re heading out to your land this weekend and need something to listen to in the truck. We think you’ll enjoy it!

You can listen to it by searching your favorite podcast app or just go here.


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