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Peasants are of course, a kind of people and South Dakota no doubt has a few.
Pheasants are a tasty bird best hunted with Gods gift to man, the German Wirehaired Pointer.
I have it on good authority that peasants dislike being hunted by foreigners, or citizens for that matter. There is no word on how the ringneck pheasant feels about being hunted, however they as of yet haven't figured out how to use a shotgun. Word on the street is that, at least in South Dakota, the peasants have mastered the firearm, and they dislike being shot at. So take your changes accordingly if you venture to Mitchel this fall in pursuit of either variety.
The correction has been made in my last post. Thanks for the email.