Hunting – Suffolk BRC http://suffolkbrc.org.uk/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 15:32:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/default-150x150.png Hunting – Suffolk BRC http://suffolkbrc.org.uk/ 32 32 editor Joe Hunting on We Met in Virtual Reality | https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/editor-joe-hunting-on-we-met-in-virtual-reality/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 15:32:42 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/editor-joe-hunting-on-we-met-in-virtual-reality/ A still of We met in virtual reality. (Photo: Joe Hunting) Joe Hunting directed, shot, edited and produced We met in virtual reality, a documentary shot in virtual reality that follows a number of couples who met in virtual reality during the confinement during the COVID pandemic. Below, Hunting explains what his subjects taught him […]]]>
A still of We met in virtual reality. (Photo: Joe Hunting)

Joe Hunting directed, shot, edited and produced We met in virtual reality, a documentary shot in virtual reality that follows a number of couples who met in virtual reality during the confinement during the COVID pandemic. Below, Hunting explains what his subjects taught him about the VR space and how he edited the film to try to make audiences forget he was in VR.

Director: How and why did you become the editor of your film? What factors and attributes led you to be hired for this position?

Hunt: It was valuable for me to constantly revise and edit as I progressed through production to inform my creative writing and direction at certain times. I’ve always edited my own films, so the process comes very naturally to me. We met in virtual reality was a complete passion project, which somewhat forced me to want full creative control.

Director: Regarding the progress of your film from its first cut to your final cut, what were your objectives as an editor? What elements of the film did you want to improve, or preserve, or disentangle or totally reshape?


Hunt: Assembly progression was largely driven by refining characters and moments related to VR and non-VR audiences. I was interested in enhancing spontaneous moments of observation that had a strong sense of truth behind the avatar incarnations, with particular attention to building a natural mood.

Director: How did you achieve these goals? What kinds of editing techniques or processes or commentary projections allowed this work to happen?

Hunt: The key to getting the job done was simply maintaining continuity. After the introductory edits and voiceovers introducing each protagonist, I wanted the audience to forget they were in virtual reality, and this was achieved by establishing parameters and using many variations of shots to create a world that happens. The pacing of the edit was driven by the emotional experience of entering and exiting virtual reality, beginning with chaotic edits and ending with slow, realistic cuts.

Director: As an editor, how did you get into the business and what influences influenced your work?

Hunt: I have always enjoyed relying on ambient sound and on-location recorded music to guide my editing, anchoring sequences in real context, unafraid of drifting into something more poetically constructed. Cinema verity forms of world building are what most influence my editing style.

Director: What mounting system did you use and why?

Hunt: I edited the entire film using Adobe Premiere Pro as I was already well trained before working on this project, and it had everything I needed as a solo band.

Director: What was the hardest scene to cut and why? And how did you do?

Hunt: Definitely the New Years sequence. Establishing a cultural context for each time zone/community celebration required a lot of attention to sound and some iconography. What brought all the different worlds together was the use of a bittersweet piece of music by Anna Meredith, which carries the emotional payoff at the end of the New Year’s scene.

Director: Finally, now that the process is complete, what new meanings has the film taken on for you? What did you discover in the footage that you might not have seen initially, and how did your final understanding of the film differ from the understanding you started with?

Hunt: It’s a loaded question, because the film has a lot of meaning for me personally. As I reflect on where I was at the start of this production, I realize how beautiful it is to really engage the communities and collaborate with the subjects in the process of making the film. Being a one man band, it’s easy to fall into a very lonely way of working, and I can say with confidence that I wouldn’t have the film I’m proud of without being entirely transparent and vulnerable with the film’s subjects. Personal issues aside, discovering how an avatar interacts with a user’s body and voice will continue to fascinate me. There’s a lot of meaning to be found just by listening to the body language of those who appear in the film.


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SpaceX’s Starlink satellites leave trails in asteroid-hunting telescope images https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/spacexs-starlink-satellites-leave-trails-in-asteroid-hunting-telescope-images/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 17:39:34 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/spacexs-starlink-satellites-leave-trails-in-asteroid-hunting-telescope-images/ A leading ground-based observatory that scans the skies for explosive stars and dangerous near-Earth asteroids is battling disruptive light trails from SpaceX’s Starlink internet satellite constellation, a new study has found. The observatory, called the Zwicky Transitional Facility (ZTF), opened its telescope eye in California in 2017. Scanning the entire sky every two days, the […]]]>

A leading ground-based observatory that scans the skies for explosive stars and dangerous near-Earth asteroids is battling disruptive light trails from SpaceX’s Starlink internet satellite constellation, a new study has found.

The observatory, called the Zwicky Transitional Facility (ZTF), opened its telescope eye in California in 2017. Scanning the entire sky every two days, the observatory looks for the temporary brightening or sudden appearance of objects that remain visible only briefly. He hunts for supernova explosions to die stars and asteroids passing near the Earth.

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Avon Garden Club is planting seeds for an adults-only Easter egg hunt https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/avon-garden-club-is-planting-seeds-for-an-adults-only-easter-egg-hunt/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 23:26:00 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/avon-garden-club-is-planting-seeds-for-an-adults-only-easter-egg-hunt/ AVON, Ohio – Kids are always thrilled when the Easter Bunny is coming. But the Avon Garden Club also has adults jumping for joy. Why? Because the club will be bringing back its adult-only Easter Egg Hunt on April 9. The event is a fundraiser for scholarships, according to scholarship committee chair Cynthia Murnyack-Czarnecki. “The […]]]>

AVON, Ohio – Kids are always thrilled when the Easter Bunny is coming. But the Avon Garden Club also has adults jumping for joy.

Why? Because the club will be bringing back its adult-only Easter Egg Hunt on April 9.

The event is a fundraiser for scholarships, according to scholarship committee chair Cynthia Murnyack-Czarnecki.

“The scholarships are available for high school students residing in Avon who will be majoring in a program of study aligned with the mission of the Avon Garden Club,” she said.

“Only individuals with proposed academic studies in agriculture, botany, forestry, horticulture, landscaping, or natural resources are eligible for this scholarship.”

Proceeds from the 2022 Adults Only Easter Egg Hunt “will benefit our scholarship program. Through our scholarship program, we encourage and support high school students…as they study and pursue careers in fields that align with the mission of the Avon Garden Club,” she said.

At the start of the pandemic, the club organized a drive-through version of the egg hunt. But this year, Murnyack-Czarnecki said, “we’re doing a full-fledged field run at Veterans Memorial Park to hunt the eggs. It looks like a blast.

She noted that there will be over 900 eggs to find. One in 20 eggs wins a special prize. There will also be a 50/50 raffle for a gas grill donated by the Avon Lowe’s store, and the Easter Bunny will be on hand for photos.

“We are a gardening club,” Murnyack-Czarnecki said. “Among our other community service projects, we undertake beautification projects, such as the maintenance and seasonal decoration of a garden at Miller Nature Preserve and the garden and gazebo at Heritage Park.

“We are also adding charm and enhancing the look of the city with plantings in the deck boxes on Detroit Road.

“We love being outdoors and we encourage people to be outdoors to appreciate and enjoy nature. We are sponsoring this event to bring the community together for a fun outdoor event, to publicize the availability of the scholarship program, and to encourage interested parties to apply for the scholarship.

“What better way to do that than to bring the community together in one of our city’s beautiful parks for a festive outdoor event?”

She also thanked the city for helping with the event.

“We appreciate the generosity of the City of Avon as they allow us to engage the community through the use of the multi-purpose facilities at Veterans Memorial Park to host our 2022 adults-only Easter Egg Hunt.”

Those wishing to apply for the scholarships should email avongcscholarship@gmail.com for an application and then send it to the Avon Garden Club Scholarship Committee, PO Box 213, Avon, OH 44011.

For complete eligibility and application information, interested individuals may also contact their high school guidance counselor. Note that the application must be postmarked by March 1. Scholarship recipients will be notified no later than May 1.

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Windham: Small Game Hunting Can Complete Your Season | Columnists https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/windham-small-game-hunting-can-complete-your-season-columnists/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/windham-small-game-hunting-can-complete-your-season-columnists/ Small game hunting could be a great way to end your hunting season. Squirrels and rabbits can be quite a challenge. Rabbits are almost perfectly camouflaged in brushy environments. Taking a shot through this type of brush can really test your marksmanship! Photo courtesy of Rick Windham By Rick Windham Outside Columnist Our last deer […]]]>





Small game hunting could be a great way to end your hunting season. Squirrels and rabbits can be quite a challenge. Rabbits are almost perfectly camouflaged in brushy environments. Taking a shot through this type of brush can really test your marksmanship!


Photo courtesy of Rick Windham


By Rick Windham Outside Columnist

Our last deer season for 2021-22 ends today. Waterfowl season is still underway and if temperatures continue to warm there could be open water in the river and bird hunting could resume. Turkey, pheasant, quail and partridge hunting is closed at the end of the month. If you are done with these hunting seasons, consider small game. I plan ahead and want to end a squirrel and rabbit hunt before the end of their respective seasons.

There aren’t as many squirrels to hunt here as in the eastern part of the state, but there are enough (outside the city limits) that can make for a fun hunt. Sneaking through a stand of woods can be a challenge before the squirrels see you and start making their alarm calls. Most people don’t think squirrels make noise, but if you’ve ever hunted them, you know the difference. They make a lot of noise.

I like to use a two-fighter technique known as leapfrogging. A hunter slowly advances about 20 meters and stops. After a few minutes, the second fighter advances and overtakes the number one fighter. Squirrels often see and hide from the moving hunter, but as the hunter moves, the squirrel continues to move around the tree and exposes itself to the other hunter. It can be a productive technique.

Another way I like to hunt squirrels is to find a piece of wood with a good population. The move is all about wearing full camouflage, burying yourself in the leaves, and waiting with a trusty air rifle. It’s one of my favorite ways to hunt squirrels – plus I can sometimes take a nap.

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Looking for new asset classes https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/looking-for-new-asset-classes/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 15:41:12 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/looking-for-new-asset-classes/ The race to discover new asset classes is on! Matthias Meyer on Unsplash The main objective of family offices is the preservation and growth of wealth to ensure long-term recurring income for generations to come. Traditionally, these goals have dictated investment strategies, favoring relatively safe asset classes with reduced risk and lower but regular payouts. […]]]>

The main objective of family offices is the preservation and growth of wealth to ensure long-term recurring income for generations to come. Traditionally, these goals have dictated investment strategies, favoring relatively safe asset classes with reduced risk and lower but regular payouts. As a result, real estate, stocks and blue-chip bonds made up the bulk of most family office investment portfolios.

In recent years, driven by the low interest rate environment, improving capabilities on the investment management front and the need to hedge against bonds and equities, family offices have broadened their scope to include alternative investments in their asset allocation. As a result, many are actively seeking new opportunities in emerging asset classes, some of which are based on traditional asset classes, while others are entirely new. Here is an overview of the emerging asset classes that are attracting attention in the realm of alternative investing.

Recurring revenue

Recurring income as an asset class is based on traditional fixed income securities, but with higher liquidity and diversification. It allows investors to invest in fixed-income-like products for recurring income streams.

Many SaaS and subscription-based e-commerce companies are realizing that equity and debt are not optimal ways to fund growth. Therefore, choosing to trade their monthly recurring income to secure upfront income without dilution or debt burden is becoming more and more attractive.

These deals are traded through platforms like Pipe that provide capital markets with direct access to start-ups, start-ups, and publicly traded entities. Pipe has a proprietary rating model, similar to Fitch/Moody’s ratings for bonds, which provides investors with a uniform way to assess recurring revenue. It incorporates hundreds of anonymized data points about each business, including revenue, burn rates, and customer cohort performance. It also gives investors a complete and transparent view of the underlying activity for each recurring income on the Pipe trading platform.

Michal Cieplinski, Chief Commercial Officer of Pipe, explains the benefits of using the platform: “Family Offices face an ongoing struggle to find assets and match them to their return expectations. Over the past few years , equities and fixed income moved in the same direction and are highly correlated. Cieplinski also points out that return expectations were not in line with what was traditionally available in the market: “With the introduction of recurring income on Pipe’s trading platform, Family Offices can now access a stable, capital-preserving asset class with returns far exceeding current fixed assets. income returns, thus better matching their return expectations. »

Coworking

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way the world works. Currently, businesses are evaluating what returning to the office might look like in the future when evaluating their existing spaces. All indicators point to a massive shift towards hybrid workplaces, with greater flexibility becoming the norm. A joint study by CoworkingResources and Coworker predicted that the flexible office space industry “will rebound in 2021 and grow even faster from 2021, with an annual growth rate of 21.3%.”

Coworking spaces are thus rapidly becoming an emerging asset class. They are considered a separate asset class due to their unique risk profile, with the primary variable being based on the tenant’s ability to pay rent. According to Lucas Rotter, CEO of appraisal software developer Valcre and a former appraiser for a wide range of asset types at Collier, coworking has similarities to hotels. He says, “It’s about the hotelization of office space. With hotels, you have a higher cap rate range than you typically have with office space. Specifically, because leases overnight leads to higher risk tolerance.”

Cryptocurrency, digital assets and blockchain

The ever-expanding universe of digital assets currently has an estimated market value of $2 trillion and a user base of over 200 million. This makes digital assets a leading emerging asset class for family offices looking for alternative options. Additionally, the fact that cryptocurrencies and digital assets are uncorrelated to any other asset class makes them an attractive choice for diversifying family office portfolios.

According to Jodie M Gunzberg, Managing Director of CoinDesk Indices, this is exactly what is happening: “We have heard massive interest in digital assets from family offices as they look for opportunities to diversify, generate income and have the potential for upside amid inflation concerns. , rising rates and COVID, which can have a significant impact on the value of their traditional assets like stocks and bonds. Additionally, for ESG-focused family offices, there is strong potential to influence the acceleration of sustainable energy. »

While Bitcoin is the most renowned cryptocurrency with a significant market value of around $900 billion, according to Candace Browning, head of BofA Global Research, “It’s not just about Bitcoin anymore. digital assets, and that’s creating a whole ecosystem of new businesses, new opportunities, and new applications.”

Blockchain is an enabler of many of these new asset classes. Not only is cryptocurrency trading inspired by it, but the technology is also rapidly being adopted across multiple verticals as added value for businesses. Venture capitalists’ digital assets and blockchain investments totaled $17 billion in the first half of 2021, a significant increase from $5.5 billion last year.

Carbon trading

As the war on climate change escalates, carbon trading is emerging as a new asset class. The carbon market grew by more than 20% in 2020, its fourth consecutive year of growth.

Two main markets exist: Compliance Carbon Markets (CCMs), where mandatory national, regional or international regimes trade and regulate carbon allowances, and Voluntary Carbon Markets (VCMs), where companies and individuals voluntarily trade carbon credits. CCMs are the more mature of the two, with VCMs just emerging. CCMs are valued at over $100 billion with annual revenue exceeding $250 billion. VCMs were valued at $300 million in 2020.

According to the CFA Institute, “Emissions Trading Schemes (ETS) are a climate policy instrument designed to provide efficient carbon pricing. Carbon traded in these markets can be considered an attractive asset class with well-understood risk premium factors”.

Although institutional investors have played a limited role in these markets, the situation is changing. Trading carbon credits helps organizations achieve their net zero carbon goals, supports the global climate agreement, and helps protect the environment. For family offices whose mandates focus on diversification towards sustainable investments, this is an attractive opportunity to enter an immature but growing market. However, as with many sustainable investments, greenwashing is common, so it is highly recommended to seek advice from experienced advisors in the field.

Collectibles

Like fine art and vintage wines, collectibles like sports memorabilia, Pokémon cards, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and Funko figures (FNKOs) are all part of a new class of emerging assets. The collectibles industry is estimated to be worth $412 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $628 billion by 2031..

Digital NFT Market Collectibles is the fastest growing segment with a CAGR of 14.2% during the forecast period. Some products in this segment are experiencing growth of up to 1,400% over a quarter (or approximately 14 times the market). Given these facts, it’s no wonder venture capitalists and market giants are entering the market and family offices are following their lead.

As current market trends continue, the search for yield is driving family offices to explore more speculative asset classes than ever before. It’s equally daunting and exciting, but it’s clear there are opportunities to be had.

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WALTERS COLUMN: Deep South Hunting, Camping Adventure | Recreation https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/walters-column-deep-south-hunting-camping-adventure-recreation/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 20:30:00 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/walters-column-deep-south-hunting-camping-adventure-recreation/ The three of us hunted here this fall for the first time and had no idea of ​​the flooding until we arrived. Neither Tom nor I saw any deer. Selina saw two bucks, but we are in a management area where bucks must be 15 inches inside width or at least 18 inches in beam […]]]>

The three of us hunted here this fall for the first time and had no idea of ​​the flooding until we arrived. Neither Tom nor I saw any deer. Selina saw two bucks, but we are in a management area where bucks must be 15 inches inside width or at least 18 inches in beam length.

Our seven day license which allowed us to harvest up to three bucks but only one per day also gave us small game and waterfowl licenses and cost $185.00

In reality, Selina and I had a primary goal of harvesting a good-sized hog because it was a different species than what we see in Wisconsin. Feral pigs are looked down upon by a large percentage of people in the south due to the damage they cause to the forest, agriculture, and potentially fawns and turkeys.

Our camp was on a bayou, and we had another campsite in our area that was occupied by long time hunter and super cool guy Bob Harvey and his friends and family. Bob is Mississippi’s first seven-level black belt and was an instructor for fifty years.

On day one, Bob named Selina “Yankee Girl” and that’s all she’s been called all week. We were at camp seven days and Bob, who had been there for 14, wouldn’t start hunting until the day after we left because, as he said, “it’s all night in this heat”.

Where we camped/hunted we had never been, so exploring by canoe and on foot was our way of life. We were canoeing the bayou from camp and eventually found some animals that in my case were just over a half mile walk away after the same canoe adventure.

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crews fight fire from hunting cabin in Leeds | Greene County https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/crews-fight-fire-from-hunting-cabin-in-leeds-greene-county/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 00:27:03 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/crews-fight-fire-from-hunting-cabin-in-leeds-greene-county/ LEEDS – Several Greene County fire companies were at the scene of a fire that broke out at a hunting cabin in Leeds on Sunday afternoon, fire officials said on Monday. The structure suffered extensive damage, Freehold Fire Chief Jim DiPerna said on Monday. The fire started in a large shed that is attached to […]]]>

LEEDS – Several Greene County fire companies were at the scene of a fire that broke out at a hunting cabin in Leeds on Sunday afternoon, fire officials said on Monday.

The structure suffered extensive damage, Freehold Fire Chief Jim DiPerna said on Monday.

The fire started in a large shed that is attached to the cabin and houses a wood-burning stove, DiPerna said.

The cabin occupants left the building with a burning fire in the woodstove, DiPerna said. They were not at home when the fire broke out.

At approximately 2:27 p.m., the Freehold Fire Company was sent by Greene County to 911 at 3966 Schoharie Turnpike, after a caller reported that the building was on fire.

The cabin was located on a private road off the Schoharie Turnpike.

When the first firefighters arrived, they reported that the structure was on fire and asked for mutual aid from neighboring firefighters.

The teams got to work to extinguish the fire. Firefighters reported that the fire was extinguished after about an hour.

There was fire damage to the 300 square foot cabin with smoke and water damage all over it, DiPerna said.

Central Hudson Gas and Electric was called to the scene.

The Greene County Fire Investigation Team determined that the fire started in a pipe of the woodstove before spreading.

The fire companies that helped Freehold were Greenville and Earlton.

Greenville paramedics and Greene County paramedics also attended the scene.

All firefighters resumed service at 4:30 p.m.

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Hunt history, win prizes with Duluth Public Library scavenger hunts https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/hunt-history-win-prizes-with-duluth-public-library-scavenger-hunts/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 04:36:10 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/hunt-history-win-prizes-with-duluth-public-library-scavenger-hunts/ The first of the so called “GooseChases” started on Friday and is themed around Duluth’s story. DULUTH, Minn.- Starting this weekend, Duluth Public Library is offering themed scavenger hunts for people across town. The first of the so called “GooseChases” started on Friday and is themed around Duluth’s story. To participate, download the GooseChase app […]]]>
The first of the so called “GooseChases” started on Friday and is themed around Duluth’s story.

DULUTH, Minn.- Starting this weekend, Duluth Public Library is offering themed scavenger hunts for people across town.

The first of the so called “GooseChases” started on Friday and is themed around Duluth’s story.

To participate, download the GooseChase app and choose one of the missions listed for active hunting.

Missions range from taking photos of landmarks to answering trivia, and each time a mission is completed you are awarded points which can be redeemed for a chance to win prizes.

The hunts are scheduled to last until January 17.

“I think the GooseChase is really a way for people to interact with the library whether they’re here or at home, because it started during closures when people were stuck at home and now we have a variety of things you can do, you can either do things in the library or you can, you know, do activities at home, ”said Gina Temple-Rhodes, library technician and organizer of GooseChase.

“Just other ideas of things to do, learn and see what we have here at the library,” she said.

The GooseChases are free, and the prizes for the first hunt include a gift card to the Xenith Bookstore as well as Duluth-themed stickers and magnets.

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Deer hunters have submitted over 3,000 samples for chronic wasting disease this hunting season – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/deer-hunters-have-submitted-over-3000-samples-for-chronic-wasting-disease-this-hunting-season-mississippis-best-community-newspaper/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 13:05:17 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/deer-hunters-have-submitted-over-3000-samples-for-chronic-wasting-disease-this-hunting-season-mississippis-best-community-newspaper/ JACKSON – Hunters have submitted more than 3,000 samples for testing for chronic wasting disease in the state, according to figures from the Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries and Parks website. Adams County hunters submitted 15 samples and Wilkinson County hunters submitted 12 this hunting season. With about a month left in the season, it’s […]]]>

JACKSON – Hunters have submitted more than 3,000 samples for testing for chronic wasting disease in the state, according to figures from the Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries and Parks website. Adams County hunters submitted 15 samples and Wilkinson County hunters submitted 12 this hunting season.

With about a month left in the season, it’s time to submit more samples.

Every time a hunter submits a sample for a CWD test, they enter their name into a raffle for a chance to win $ 1,000 and two people will win $ 500. The winners will be drawn after February 15, 2022.

CWD samples can be dropped off at Miss-Lou test sites. Hunters in Jefferson and Adams counties can submit samples to Natchez State Park located at 230-B Wickliff Road, Franklin County, samples can be dropped off at the US Forest Service office at 3085 US98 in Meadville . Hunters in Wilkinson County can drop off MDC samples at the Wilkinson County Sheriff’s Office at 1389 US61 in Woodville. Hunters can also submit samples through participating taxidermists.

To date CWD has not been detected in Claiborne, Jefferson, Franklin, Adams or Wilkinson counties.

Last week, the MDWFP reported that a mature male was suspected of having MDC in Warren County, but this has yet to be confirmed by further testing at the National Veterinary Services Laboratory in Ames, Iowa.

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Hunter Henry Player Prop Bets For NFL Week 18 | New England vs. Miami 9/1/2022 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/hunter-henry-player-prop-bets-for-nfl-week-18-new-england-vs-miami-9-1-2022/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 07:57:49 +0000 https://suffolkbrc.org.uk/hunter-henry-player-prop-bets-for-nfl-week-18-new-england-vs-miami-9-1-2022/ There will be player accessories available for Hunter Henry before he prepares for NFL action Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET live on CBS. Henry’s New England Patriots (10-6) and Miami Dolphins (8-8) play in a Week 18 clash between opponents from AFC East at Hard Rock Stadium. Want more in-depth information on sports betting and […]]]>

There will be player accessories available for Hunter Henry before he prepares for NFL action Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET live on CBS. Henry’s New England Patriots (10-6) and Miami Dolphins (8-8) play in a Week 18 clash between opponents from AFC East at Hard Rock Stadium.

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Hunter Henry Prop betting odds

Season statistics

  • Henry has a 517-yard season so far (32.3 per game) with nine TDs, passing 45 passes on 69 targets.
  • So far this season, 13.7% of his team’s 505 passes have gone Henry’s direction.
  • With 17 targets in the red zone this season, Henry received 23.9% of his team’s 71 red zone pass attempts.
  • The Patriots have executed 52.2% of passing plays and 47.8% of rushing plays this season. They rank eighth in the NFL for scorers.
  • Click on SISportsbook and find the latest props and player odds for Henry’s game with the Dolphins.

Match against Miami

  • Henry has averaged 30.4 receiving yards per game in his five career games against the Dolphins, 2.1 short of his over / under for Sunday’s game.
  • Henry caught a touchdown pass against the Dolphins twice, but didn’t have multiple touchdowns in either of those games.
  • The 249.4 passing yards the Dolphins net per game makes it the 19th pass defense in the NFL this season.
  • The Dolphins allowed 22 touchdowns in the air (1.4 per game). They are seventh in the NFL in this category.

Recent performances

  • Against the Jaguars last week, Henry was hit five times and tallied for 37 yards on three receptions.
  • Henry’s stat line in his last three games shows 10 catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns. He averaged 41.0 yards per game and was targeted 19 times.

Henry’s teammates in New England

Last name Targets Target% Catches yards TD Red zone targets % red zone target

Hunter Henri

69

13.7%

45

517

9

17

23.9%

Jakobi Meyers

118

23.4%

79

796

2

13

18.3%

Kendrick bourne

66

13.1%

52

776

5

6

8.5%

Nelson agholor

61

12.1%

36

450

3

6

8.5%

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