Ben Brogle, a farmer and a hunter who lived in Garrard County (photographed here at his home on Nov. 11, 2003) bagged the world's top white-tail buck deer in 2002 in Garrard County. The buck's antlers had 35 points, which makes it the 20th non-typical buck of all time since records were kept by the Boone and Crockett Club. Brogle and his now mounted buck, were the source of much magazine, tv and radio attention since he shot the deer almost a year ago. Photo by Sam Riche
Ben Brogle, a farmer and a hunter who lived in Garrard County (photographed here at his home on Nov. 11, 2003) bagged the world's top white-tail buck deer in 2002 in Garrard County. The buck's antlers had 35 points, which makes it the 20th non-typical buck of all time since records were kept by the Boone and Crockett Club. Brogle and his now mounted buck, were the source of much magazine, tv and radio attention since he shot the deer almost a year ago. Photo by Sam Riche
Ben Brogle, a farmer and a hunter who lived in Garrard County (photographed here at his home on Nov. 11, 2003) bagged the world's top white-tail buck deer in 2002 in Garrard County. The buck's antlers had 35 points, which makes it the 20th non-typical buck of all time since records were kept by the Boone and Crockett Club. Brogle and his now mounted buck, were the source of much magazine, tv and radio attention since he shot the deer almost a year ago. Photo by Sam Riche

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