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There are hundreds of Rowland Ward measurers around the world.
A South American whitetail shatters the world record.
The huge deer was taken in Venezuela.
Frequently asked questions about Rowland Ward’s recordkeeping system.
The single-horn standard, why not metric, and more.
A Livingstone eland taken in Mozambique should shatter the world record.
The eland was taken with Kambako Safaris in the Nyasa Reserve.
Rowland Ward partners with Northern Cape PH School to train measurers in South Africa.
Courses will help new professional hunters learn measuring skills.
The new record book features several new world records.
Maps, photos, and long-lost trophies round out this new edition.
A long-lost sheep head may be the real world record.
No one knows the exact measurements of the huge Tacoma bighorn.
An up-close look at one safari company’s efforts to deter poachers.
A Rowland Ward-sponsored snare-finding contest results in the removal of dozens of poachers’ traps.
An incredible elephant taken recently in Namibia is proof that giants still walk among us.
One tusk weighed exactly 100 pounds.
A new world-record tiny antelope and an unusual hyena.
Record book entries come in large, small, and interesting-looking packages.