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"Oh, give me a home where the Buffalo roam, Where the Deer and the Antelope play."
Ok, we've all heard this verse of Home on the Range, probably sung it one time or another. But did you know. We don't actually have antelope in the west, we have pronghorn. In fact, they are so different from other hoofed animals that they are the only members of the family Antelocapridae. Our Burt Brothers quiz question tonight is...Who wrote Home on the Range and when did they write it? The answer, next up when KSL Outdoors, powered by Ford returns.