I see your point there Don-both are for sale at a price that is dependant on what the market is able to bear.
Hunting has most certainly changed, there are so many options when it comes to choosing where/how/with whom you're going to hunt any given species of animal. I think the abundance of options is a good thing, and the competition that comes with it. I wouldn't want to see that limited to strictly "fair chase" or nothing at all. That's what the GA DNR (dept of natural resources) would like to see, as evident by their attempting to control deerfarms as if the animals born there and kept there are a "natural resource".