"Drunk Field Day"

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  June 22, 2015 Subscribe   The editors of Beef Today comb the Internet to discover news cattle producers can use By Greg Henderson and Friends "Drunk Field Day" We stew and fret over what seems to be a growing legion of activists and fanatics, born of an urban culture that knows little of farming or the outdoors. Yet we can lose sight of the fact millennials may not crave organic okra as much as "Drunk Field Day." That's what you'll find in the newest fad for young, urban professionals who are paying $245 to relive the summer camps of their youth, with the addition of adult beverages and, umm... activities. At Camp Throwback, you can participate in Drunk Field Day, Hangover Yoga and sober archery practice. Camp No Counselors has created three-day escapes for adults in Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville and upstate New York.
Drunken field days and hangover yoga (Inquisitr)
Be a kid again... but with booze
(Camp Throwback)

Booze, water sports and booze
(Camp No Counselors)

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We heard it through the grapevine (LA Times)
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