13 What It Is Like To Be A Deer Breeder

What It Is Like To Be A Deer Breeder

Posted on December 14, 2011 by

The Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area, Russia. A deer farm. Here they sort deers out, vaccinate them and select animals for slaughter. Venison is highly valuable meat.

In the photo: senior deer breeder Vasily Nikolaevich, 72.

There are about 2500 deer here.

Deer are very careful animals.

And really fast!

Typical transport of deer breeders. It’s environmentally safe and highly effective.

Another deer breeder.

Dogs are cute as usual.

It’s very difficult to catch a deer.

Deer breeders have no time for a smoke break because each minute of the day is important.

Sawing off the deer’s antlers.

This is their regular dinner: a deer, bread, salt, blood…


Loading carcasses on the cart.

Fresh warm deer’s liver is a real delicacy.

Women have to remove blood from the deer.

The youngest deer breeder and his dog.

A veterinarian examines the meat.

Early elections.


A family of deer breeders.

The head of the family, Victor.

Location: The Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area

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13 Responses to “What It Is Like To Be A Deer Breeder”

  1. Rossiyanin says:


    • Gala says:

      Why? Perfectly normal….cowards are people who deny the fact that we’re animals that survive by eating another animals….

    • Poupou-en-guyane says:

      I guess you prefer seeing animals bred up in modern industrial farms… and got slaughtered out off your sight ? Go veg ! Their way of breeding and killing are far less cruel than our industrial ways.

  2. Soviet says:

    Strange, all tits on page are censored, but killing animals, organs etc are not :)

    • Poupou-en-guyane says:

      It’s censoring tits is strange. These organs can be found at the butcher’s shop… oh, maybe not at your place where meats and fish are cut up and packed.
      Whats the matter with killing bred up herds for meat ? This is no hunting for pleasure !

  3. 山下智久 says:

    It is very tasty!

  4. animalistic says:

    Best photography I’ve ever seen! hats off!
    Real animals being animals – who can’t relate to this??

  5. Ugggggs says:


  6. Adi says:

    I once bred deers too. Then i took an arrow in the knee.

  7. Mors says:


  8. TrainFromUkraine says:

    “Deer” is both singular and plural. There is no such word as “deers”.

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