One of America’s foremost outdoor icons, Keith Warren, sets his sights on North Dakota prairie dogs this week, as well as some awe-inspiring whitetails in the Hoosier State. See it all on The High Road with Keith Warren and Deer & Wildlife Stories on the Pursuit Channel this week.

On this week’s The High Road with Keith Warren, it’s the doggone-est show of the year. Warren takes his friends from Savage Arms to North Dakota to annihilate ‘sod puppies’ and the result is a puppy-popping party like you’ve never seen. Meanwhile, in this week’s episode of Deer & Wildlife Stories television program, Keith Warren sees some super-sized whitetails at Pine Creek Deer Farms and Morrett Whitetails, two of the best known and most successful deer farms in Indiana.

Keith Warren’s Deer & Wildlife Stories airs three times a week, Mondays at 8 p.m.; Tuesdays at 2:30pm, Wednesdays at 7:30pm; and Sundays at 3pm. The High Road with Keith Warren also airs times a week on Sundays at 8:30 p.m.; Mondays at 3 p.m. and Thursdays at 12 a.m. Both shows run on the Pursuit Channel (DirecTV 604 and Dish 240), and all times are EST.

Also, highlighted on this season on Deer & Wildlife Stories, Keith Warren is giving away the farm. Warren has launched the Win A Deer Farm Sweepstakes, presented by High Roller Whitetails, for which the grand prize winner will receive deer feeders, protein feed, materials and labor for pen construction and much more. For rules and registration, visit

Keith Warren’s Deer & Wildlife Stories is the nation’s only program to showcasing deer farming, one of the fastest growing industries in rural America. Today, deer farmers are at the forefront of whitetail research and working hand-in-hand with biologists and wildlife authorities on ways to improve deer health and management. Plus, it’s a fun and family-friendly vocation that helps bring us all closer to wildlife.

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