Bőszénfa Game Management and Landscape Center is the biggest deer farm in Hungary. Bőszénfa, a small village in the hills of Zselic, hosts the Game Management Landscape Center of Kaposvár University. The center was started as an experimental program, and now, it is one of the most important stock in Middle-Europe, with a tradition going back to two decades. The 1300 hectare land provides habitat for more than 1500 red deer, 300 wild boar, 200 fallow deer, 150 mouflon and approximately 50 roe deer. We also breed domesticated animals, such as Hungarian grey cattle, racka sheep, pigs, horses, donkeys, goats and water buffalo.
Its varied activity is unique in Hungary because game management, crop cultivation, forestry, hunting, game meat processing and tourism exist in the same unit. It takes part in many research projects and contributes to the theoretical and practical qualification of Kaposvár University students.