NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – On this week’s episode of Deer & Wildlife Stories, award-winning outdoor television producer and big game hunter Keith Warren heads to Texas to check out a group of whitetails who’s antlers all carry a common theme: High Wide and Heavy. Meeting some new friends, Keith finds out just how special this North Texas deer farm really is.

Using northern genetics, High Wide and Heavy Whitetails focuses on breeding giant typical deer whose bloodlines run deep. Meeting up with partners Bob and Cleon, Keith learns the science behind what makes their deer so big and how important friendship truly is in the breeding industry.

Take a road trip with Keith to Texas and learn about this top tier deer farm and how their knowledge about whitetails can help you in starting your own deer herd.

Without deer farms, conservationists lose the greatest resource for research and whitetail management. With them they gain more knowledge than ever before. Join Keith Warren as he discovers the truth about whitetails and meet those who work everyday to preserve this great species for future generations. You won’t want to miss this episode.

Deer & Wildlife Stories with Keith Warren airs on Tuesdays at 1:30 pm; Wednesdays at 6:30 pm; Thursdays at 9:30 am; and Sundays at 5 pm CST.

Warren’s other program, The High Road with Keith Warren, airs three times per week on Mondays at 2 pm; Wednesdays at 11 pm; and Sundays at 7:30 pm.

Both shows air on the Pursuit Channel (DirecTV 604 and Dish 393), and all times are Central. Full episodes of both shows are also available for purchase at http://deerandwildlifestories.com and http://highroadhunting.com

For more information about Keith Warren, his programs or for advertising/sponsorship opportunities, email ronbice@highroadhunting.com or visit http://highroadhunting.com

Based in New Braunfels, Texas, The High Road Group produces The High Road with Keith Warren and Keith Warren’s Deer & Wildlife Stories, airing on The Pursuit Channel. Keith Warren productions are designed to encourage others to become actively involved in the outdoors as the ultimate conservationists and stewards of the land. For more information on The High Road Group, call 830.625.3474 or visit http://highroadhunting.com