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Rudolf Ranch manages multiple preserves in central and northeastern Wisconsin. Each location offers a variety of habitats, with animals roaming freely through woods and open grassland, providing a challenging experience. Each of our locations offer both inside and outside the fence opportunities. Your harvest experience can be more or less challenging depending on your preference and the territory you choose.


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Our preserve near Ogdensburg, Wisconsin offers some of the best harvesting in northern Wisconsin. This 600 acre fenced area is ideal for the beginner and experienced harvester. It is also the best location for non-harvest activities due to its proximity to Waupaca, Appleton, Green Bay and Oshkosh. Depending on the time of year of your visit, you can also enjoy great public golf courses, fine dining, local live music, or a Packer game.





Northern Buck aerial map plotNorthern Buck Preserve

The Northern Buck Preserve is located near Tomahawk, Wisconsin and offers three harvesting areas: 1,300 acres fenced, 600 acres low fenced and outside the fence, which includes public lands. This location offers a true northwoods harvest experience. It may take a while to locate the animal of your choice in this densely wooded preserve. You’ll enjoy the quiet solitude of this rural experience.

Non-harvest activities depending on the time of year could include skiing, world-class fishing in the Tomahawk and Minoqua areas, or a visit to the friendly city of Rhinelander.




The Camp aerial map plotThe Camp

The Camp preserve is located near Laona in Forest County, Wisconsin. It consists of 1,100 acres of our most heavily wooded terrain. It has the additional unique feature of having three lakes and several marshy areas. It is our most remote property, located near Wisconsin’s border with Michigan’s upper peninsula in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National forest. The preserve is normally only used for raising Bison for our other preserves and not typically for harvesting activities.