Wait. Wasn't I just complaining about moose antlers?
These antlers are harvested in Rangely Maine where teams of men on oxcarts traverse the deep, uncharted Maine woods. When they spot a Bull Moose, they walk right up to it and shoot it in the head because moose have no natural predators.
Then the teams cut the antlers off and throw them in the oxcart, whilst leaving the carcass to rot. Then they fend off some Indian attacks and foil some cattle rustlers.
They then cut the antlers off and leave the carcass to rot. Then they fend off a bunch of Indian attacks and......
No, seriously. All male moose shed their antlers naturally every winter. Just ask the people in my shop.