6. Women in the Woods

There are 13.7 million U.S. hunters, and the number of women actively hunting is on the rise. (National Geographic)

7. Death by Buck

For producer Kenneth Price, the lesson came too late: Bottle-fed or raised with human contact, when the rut kicks in and testosterone flows — a buck turns from timidity to terror. (WFP)

8. Goat Salvation for Infected Farmer

Farmer Richard Jones was facing a slow death from the MRSA superbug. When antibiotics failed, his wife found a cure in the most unlikely of places — their goatherd. (Wales Online)

9. Kick-Ass Solution

Five million feral donkeys roaming about: Could they be used to protect sheep from Australia’s wild dog packs? (Queensland Country Life)

10. A Sky Filled With Drones

Here they come: The FAA thinks 7,500 drones will be airborne within five years. (Washington Times)

 

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