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Ryan Busbice Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Ryan Busbice was born on the 13th September 1980, in New Orleans, Louisiana USA, and is a reality television star and business executive best known to the world for appearing in the reality shows “Wild Nation” and “Country Bucks”. Also, he operates as general manager of Wildgame Innnovators, a company that produces and sells deer hunting products.
Have you ever wondered how rich Ryan Busbice is, as of mid- 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Busbice`s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount he has earned through his successful career in the family business, but also on TV.
Ryan Busbice Net Worth $5 Million
Ryan grew up in his family’s hometown of Lafayette in Louisiana; his father Bill, started re-developing the family business, selling his interests in oil and gas which enabled him to buy a 55,000 acre property, and found Wildgame Innovators, which has attracted many celebrities over the years, to legally hunt. After Ryan finished high school, he enrolled at the University of Louisiana, located in his hometown, and graduated with a degree in Business Administration. After he finished is education, Ryan and his brother Matt started mixing high nutrition deer feed, after learning of the demand for nutritional feed, and with Bill expanded Wildgame Innovators. Little by little his business progressed, which only increased Ryan`s net worth.
In 2007, he and his brother were a part of the reality TV series “Wildgame Nation”, on which Ryan also served as producer. The series ran for only one season, and as it concentrated on hunting safely and legally, it certainly attracted hunters from all over the world, which only increased further Ryan`s net worth.
Again in 2014, Ryan and his brother were the subjects of another reality show, called “Country Bucks”, however, this time their entire family was involved; showing how successful their family business is, which as well as catering to hunting ‘safaris’, now offers over 2000 products, marketed under 12 brand names. Over the years, the brothers have acquired other companies related to hunting, including Barnett Crossbows and Flextone Game Calls, which have also contributed to the growth of the family business, and to Ryan’s net worth.
Regarding his personal life, Ryan is married to Laura; the couple has three children.