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11th Sep 2020

FBLIve with Doug Robert of Conquest scents

Giving You an Inside Look Into the Enthralling World of Deer Farming


Discover ConQuest Scents by watching

ConQuest 200 TV


Watch for Yourself What Makes ConQuest Scents So Great

See behind-the-scenes action at our Mid-Michigan whitetail farm

ConQuest 200 TV gives you an in-depth look into what it takes to make ConQuest Scents at our whitetail deer farm where we have grown some of the largest typical whitetail in North America. We offer viewers an unscripted show that follows our genetic design, urine collection and manufacturing process.

Find out how we go from genetically designing whitetail deer to manufacturing the product we ship out across the United States by turning your set to ConQuest 200 TV.

Based on the unscripted life surrounding the genetic design, raising and urine collection of 200 whitetail deer at ConQuest Deer Farm, ConQuest 200 TV brings you inside our gates so you can learn about our process.

Our owner, Doug Roberts, has been genetically designing world-class bucks for more than two decades and sheds light on our industry. We’ve been afforded numerous nominations because we educate the viewer on these majestic creatures.

Turn your set to ConQuest 200 TV on Saturday at 7 a.m., Sunday at 5 p.m. and Tuesday at 5 a.m. and learn about the exciting world of whitetail deer genetic designing.

My Name is Doug Roberts and deer farming is my livelihood. I have had the pleasure of being a Deer and Elk farmer since 1991. I, along with my wife Karen, own Conquest Deer Farm, Conquest Scents and a National TV show called Conquest 200 that currently airs on the Pursuit Channel.

ConQuest Scents President - ConQuest Deer Farm President 

Host of Conquest 200 TV Show

droberts@conquestscents.com

I am currently serving my fourth term as President of United Deer Farmers of Michigan. Myself, along with Alex Draper, Gary Edwards and a few others, were the original founders of the association. I have continually been involved in both the state level and national level political aspects of the deer farming industry.

I am currently a member of the ATA Deer Protection Program working on the National Scent Standards. I meet with all fifty state DNR directors and deputy directors on concerns and problems that our industry and their agencies face. I have also spoken on behalf of the Deer Farming Industry at the National Sportsman’s Caucus in regards to the Cervidae Scent Standards.

As CWD appears in Michigan as well as other states, I feel it is imperative to have board members who are engaged and involved in the politics at the state and national levels. I have had the honor of working with the different agencies and congressional lawmakers over the last 20 plus years creating working relationships that are productive. I feel I have the knowledge and connections that can move our industry forward and protect it from organizations that would potentially like to put deer farming out of business.

As a current board member of NADeFA and President of UDFoM, I feel the board has made great strides forward in our efforts in Lansing, the fantastic growth of our state convention and the oversite of the unrealistic regulations being brought forward by the different state agencies. It has been a blessing to be able to have given input into the direction of this association.

I believe NADR is sitting in a unique and positive position in the cervid industry. It will be NADR’s leadership that moves the industry into a true agricultural industry where genetics and family trees will not only be important for the sale of pedigrees but more importantly I believe we will gain the ability to genetically improve markets like meat production and create new markets through the knowledge gained with genetic markers.

I appreciate the NADR members time and consideration for considering me for the NADR board.

Thank You,

Doug Roberts

UDFoM President

NADeFA Board Member

Office: 888-653-2759

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About the Podcast

Let's Talk Deer - Hosted by Bruce Hutcheon
Whitetails need three things to flourish, Food, Water and Cover. Let's Talk deer will incorporate all three in the podcast presented by Grandpa Ray Outdoors. Host Bruce Hutcheon brings over 6 years of successful podcasting.
Let's Talk Deer Podcast is a collaboration between Grandpa Ray Outdoors, CEO John O’Brion - https://www.grandparayoutdoors.com/testimonial---field-staff and whitetail expert Bruce Hutcheon - https://www.deerhuntinginstitute.com/dhi1offer.

These experts will be interviewing the best of the best in the whitetail world when it comes to growing a balanced deer herd.

Bruce has interviewed over 700 whitetail hunters, authors, and personalities when he was host of Whitetail Rendezvous Podcast. His insights will bring these new podcasts to life with detailed how to, where to and when to.

The collaboration with Grandpa Ray Outdoors owner John O'Brion will bring the puzzle of soil, seed, and habitat to life in simple concepts that you can implement today. https://www.grandparayoutdoors.com/

Grandpa Ray's specializes in providing the best nutrition for the whitetail deer on your property starting with the soil. We do this with offering a full line of high-quality food plot seed, plant foods and minerals.

We go the extra mile by helping you understand the best way to use our products with our consulting services.

We have field staff who have many years of planting food plots and developing habitat on their own properties. There are over 45 research plots across the US. We also have an educational plot in South central Wisconsin that hosts events and is also open to the public. We even have an organic education plot in Southwest Wisconsin.

Our approach goes beyond attraction; we offer a year-round program of nutrition and food plot education that is natural and innovative. Your bucks will grow larger racks but also your does and fawns will grow strong and healthy which helps winter survival as well as handling yearlong stresses.

Together we can help you achieve the next level in whitetail deer management.
We are not about a fancy name or package. We work with you to give you specific recommendations for your own properties.

About your host

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W Bruce Hutcheon

Bruce's outdoor journey began in the hardwoods and streams of Rhode Island hunting squirrels, rabbits, ruffed grouse and fishing for brook trout and bass. He moved to Long Island and surfed fished for stripers and blues along the Atlantic coast.

It wasn't until he went to college in Wisconsin that he found his passion, Whitetail deer. 1966 was his first whitetail hunt and he has never looked back. His fly fishing and hunting adventures have taken him from Ungava Bay to Lake Iliamna, most of the Canadian Provinces and the whitetail states of the Midwest. His hunting articles can be found at goHunt.com and GOABC. His intimate knowledge of big game hunting in the Rockies allowed him to be an Insider contributor for goHunt.com.

He has served on nationally known conservation boards, is a Life Member of RMBS, WSF, RMEF and NRA. He was elected to serve as a SE Regional member of the Colorado Sportsperson’s Roundtable.

He is recognized in the whitetail world as a very successful outdoor communicator and influencer as Host, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the highly acclaimed podcast, Whitetail Rendezvous Podcast. This podcast has exceeded over 500,000 downloads and interviewed over 650 guests. During the summer of 2019 Bruce created and published Deer Hunting Institute, Part 1. A hunting course to support the three R's; Recruitment, reactivation and retention.

Most recently he created and hosts "Let' Talk Deer Podcast" to further educate hunters and non hunters about the whitetail deer.