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Farmland Pheasants simulates real hunting experience

"The biggest difference between us and everybody else is we spread our hunters out over so much property," Mann said. "We don't have to put 75 guns a week on 60 acres."
Mann, whose father started Hunter's Creek in Lapeer County -- one of Michigan's premier shooting preserves -- came up with the idea of using vacant farmland for his business in 1987. By foregoing the need to own expensive real estate, he could offer hunters the shooting preserve experience at a fraction of the cost.

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