Hunters Helping Farmers Program is a service provided by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Fish & Wildlife that makes lists of hunters (willing to harvest antlerless deer) available to landowners that have difficulty finding hunters to hunt on their property. In order to minimize such damage, the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife recommends that such landowners start a hunting program during the regular deer-hunting seasons.
Landowners and hunters interested in participating in this program can apply now through Aug. 30 utilizing the Hunter’s Helping Farmers Program form.
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