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Deer Challenge Open Through Nov. 30
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The contest is open to residents in GreenStone’s territory in northeast Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.


Deer Challenge in Northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula Now Open

GreenStone Farm Credit Services is calling all hunters in northeast Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to participate in the fifth annual GreenStone Deer Challenge. The annual competition gives hunters a chance to “dollars for their deer” and runs through November 30. Entry forms will be accepted until December 4. 

The contest features an adult class as well as a junior buck class for hunters 17 years of age and younger. Cash prizes will be awarded in each class:

Adults (18 years and older)

  • First Place - $400
  • Second Place - $200
  • Third Place - $100

Junior (17 years and younger)

  • First Place - $200
  • Second Place - $100

Any deer harvested with any legal gun, bow, muzzleloader or crossbow will be entered into a drawing to win game cameras or $25 Cabela’s gift cards. Trophies will be presented to all hunters who harvest their first deer. These entries are also still eligible for the grand prizes.

The contest is open to all residents of GreenStone’s territory in northeast Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. To qualify, entrants should bring their deer or completed entry form with witness signature and photo, to GreenStone's Clintonville, Coleman, Escanaba, Little Chute, Manitowoc or Sturgeon Bay branch during normal office hours. Onsite deer will be photographed and scored by the GreenStone staff, and stories will be documented.

Download a Deer Challenge Entry Form