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Eight Point Ranch
650 CR 468
Elgin, TX 78621

Bobby Girling
contact@eightpointranch.com
Stocking And Hunting
Phone: (512) 423-0362

Renee Girling
Events and Accomodations
Phone: (512) 415-5218
Email: renee@eightpointranch.com

Red Stag

Eight Point Ranch has Red Deer Stags and Hinds for sale or for hunting in Texas.  Our Stag hunts start at $3500.00 and go up to $20,000.00  EPR has become a leading resource for breeding Red Deer in Texas.  New Zealand bloodline Red Stags are available in Texas, right here at Eight Point Ranch.  We are located in central Texas, 45 miles from Austin in Elgin.  To arrange your Red Deer Stag hunts in Texas call EPR.  Eight Point Ranch offers some of the finest and most consistent Red Deer Stag hunting in Texas.  Call 8 Point Ranch today and arrange your delivery of Red Deer Stags or Hinds to your ranch. Red Stag Facts: The Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) is one of the largest deer species. The Red Deer inhabits most of Europe, the Caucasus Mountains region, Asia Minor and parts of western and central Asia. It also inhabits the Atlas Mountains region between Morocco and Tunisia in northwestern Africa, being the only species of deer to inhabit Africa. Red Deer have been introduced to other areas including Australia, New Zealand and Argentina. In many parts of the world the meat (venison) from Red Deer is used as a food source. Red Deer are ruminants, characterized by an even number of toes, and a four-chambered stomach. Recent DNA evidence indicates that the Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) and the East Asian and North American Elk (Wapiti) (Cervus canadensis) represent two distinct species. They also hint at an additional primordial subgroup of Central Asian Red Deer. The ancestor of all Red Deer probably originated in Central Asia and probably resembled Sika Deer. Although at one time Red Deer were rare in some areas, they were never close to extinction. Reintroduction and conservation efforts, especially in the United Kingdom, have resulted in an increase of Red Deer populations, while other areas, such as North Africa, have continued to show a population decline.