At Sask River Preserve we strive to maintain nothing but the finest genetics in our herds. Saskatchewan is well known for its outstanding whiteail deer genetics.
The deer farming industry is relatively still in its pioneer stage, and when whitetail deer began to be raised, most of the deer originated out of the wild in the province of Saskatchewan. These small groups of wild whitetail deer are producing some of the most respected genetics in North America today. This is where Sask River Preserve first begin its base herd of superior whitetail deer.
All of our breeder bucks derive from 200"- 300" B&C genetics on both the doe and the bucks pedigrees. Each year through artificial insemination or a strict breeding program we are meeting the industries requirements.
Our ranch is not only producing huge bodied whitetail, but whitetail with enormous antler gains at a younger age. Many of these animals are available to be hunted today. The preserve usually inhibits 20 to 40 bucks at any given time.
Special care is taken in providing that all the animals receive the proper nutrition and habitat to ensure that they reach there full antler potential. There is a luscious growth of alfalfa in the fields at all times during the year for the deer to browes on. All the animals are fed a 16% protein pellet year round and mineral supplement.
There is absolutely no illegal supplements or hormone enhancing antler growth drugs given to these animals at any part of there lives. They are all raised naturally and on native pasture and habitat.