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and it's all about the antlers!

CALGARY - An epic family feud over a prized set of deer antlers that divided four generations of one southern Alberta family, ended quietly this weekend, with the funeral of the man at the centre of the dispute.

Don Broder inherited the massive deer head - the world's largest non-typical mule deer trophy - from his father, who died in 1968, leaving no will.

The tale behind the big buck's kill has gone down in hunting legend.

Edmund Broder shot the buck at 200 yards, after tracking the animal for hours in soft snow near Chip Lake in 1926. It took a herculean effort for Broder and his hunting partner to lash the giant to their Model 'T' Ford to be carried away.

Read more: http://www.calgaryherald.com/Albert...ends+quietly/6538765/story.html#ixzz1unyBzOi6
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