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Ancestral Health Radio
Think about this for a second: More Americans hunt and fish than play baseball.
What a trip, right?
That's more than 38 million Americans.
And if that doesn't surprise you, this will:
Hunting—overall—brought in more revenue ($38.3 billion) than Google ($37.9 billion) or the Goldman Sachs Group ($36.8 billion).
Now ask yourself this question: "Why don't I hunt?"
Really think about this for a second. Mull it around for a few minutes, hours, days, whatever. But really think.
Is it because of the blood, guts, and sinew? Is it your ethics or morality? Is it the fact that you live in a city or suburb and feel like you don't have access to the wild spaces needed to hunt? Or, maybe, it's as simple as a lack of money for all that expensive new gear.
Whatever your reason, hunting is a huge undertaking in and of itself. Period. And for the novice not accustomed to growing-up in the hunting lifestyle, the process of learning and developing this fundamental life-skill can seem downright intimidating.
Should you join me and accept the hunter's call to bravely enter the chase, you will be handsomely rewarded with the first-hand experience of accepting another animals life into your own. This experience often catalyzes into a deep, life-altering relationship between you, the natural world, and the entire two-legged and other-than-human community.
And to make this particular transition easier, I've invited my newest friend—Fisher Neal of LearntoHuntNYC.com—on today's episode of Ancestral Health Radio.
In today's episode, you'll learn...
- The absolute first thing you should do if you're interested in learning to hunt,
- What a typical day of hunting might look like for the average hunter,
- The basic (yet graphic) process of how to field dress, skin, and butcher a deer—from start to finish, and...
- Much, much more.