NADeFA Auction Features Pursuit Channel Opportunity for Hunting Ranches & Outfitters

CANTON, Ohio — For hunting ranch owners and outfitters, finding a marketing solution that reaches the right audience can be difficult and expensive. However, the North American Deer Farmers Association (NADeFA) has revealed that during this week’s NADeFA Conference and Fund-Raiser, hunting ranches and outfitters have a great opportunity to promote themselves on the Pursuit Channel at a fraction of normal advertising rates.

One of the most highly anticipated lots (#244) at the NADeFA Fund-Raiser Auction is a nationally televised promotion for a hunting ranch or outfitter to air on The High Road with Keith Warren, an award-winning television program that reaches more than 40 million households on the Pursuit Channel.

The winning bidder will have their hunting ranch or outfitter operation featured on The High Road show which broadcasts six times nationally. Additionally, the video will be uploaded and played online via Keith Warren’s YouTube channel with more then six million views, and the winning bidder will also be able to link the video to their own website to market hunts in the future. Lot includes all travel production and airtime costs. The featured hunt must be scheduled by April 15, 2014.

The High Road lot will be part of the Friday night auction on March 21, 2014, and bidding is open to the public. If not personally attending the auction, bidders can participate on-line at

The Annual NADeFA Conference & Fund-Raiser features multiple auctions that offer whitetail and exotic hunts, firearms, jewelry, handcrafted home furnishings and many other exciting items. The event will be held on March 19, 2014, through March 22, 2014, at the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center in Birmingham, Ala. In addition to showcasing hundreds of deer farm operations and the industry’s top products and services, the conference offers comprehensive educational seminars by university researchers and industry experts on such topics as animal nutrition, herd welfare, disease testing and prevention, genetics, tranquilization, and more.

The North American Deer Farmers Association was founded in 1983 and is dedicated to the promotion of deer farming and ranching as an agricultural pursuit and serves its members through its educational programs and publications and by providing leadership in setting and maintaining quality standards. NADeFA represents the deer farming industry at all levels of government, and works closely with livestock producers and other organizations to promote ethical standards of conduct and husbandry in deer farming and to actively market standards for deer and deer products. NADeFA representatives are also available to media for expert testimony and information about deer farming and animal health issues, such as Chronic Wasting Disease, EHD and other topics.

For more information about NADeFA programs and membership, call 330.454.3944 or visit