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Why do elk eat vomit?

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When elk eat, they eat with a vengeance, packing in 15 pounds per day on average. Elk graze on grass, sedges and forbs in spring and summer. In the fall and winter, they will hit shrubs, tree bark, needles, and if they can get it, winter wheat. Elk typically eat under the cover of darkness, gorging themselves until the sky lightens with dawn. Then, they move to security cover, where they lounge and regurgitate little-by-little …

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Record Field Coming to Utah for World Elk Calling Championships

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MISSOULA, Mont.—The largest field on record is scheduled to participate at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s 2018 World Elk Calling Championships in Sandy, Utah. The annual competition takes place March 16-17 at the Mountain American Expo Center (9575 So. State St.) as part of the Salt Lake City International Sportsmen’s Expo (ISE). “We are pleased with the support and response of so many elk hunters of all ages who are participating,” said Steve Decker, RMEF …

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Langley Claims 2017 World Elk Calling Championships

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Bryan Langley out-dueled friendly rival Corey Jacobsen to claim first place in the professional division at the 2017 World Elk Calling Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah, presented by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the International Sportsmen’s Expositions. “It feels pretty good. It’s been awhile. Corey and I have gone back and forth every year,” said Langley. “The first sequence I felt that my call was breaking up a little bit so I switched …