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farmer with arms spread while looking at a hunter who just shot a bird

Changing agricultural practices have forever altered the rural landscape, but cooperation with the farmer remains a cornerstone of a successful season for most hunters.

Federal’s founding president Charles Horn was a big believer in conserving the natural environment, a notion that was by no means universally accepted in the 1930s. Federal’s contribution to the genre was a series of spots in national publications, touting sound conservation practices and hunting ethics. Some would fit right in today, while others would at the least raise eyebrows.