The stag stock is a festive event in which participants throw themselves headfirst into a pit to celebrate the arrival of spring.
It was first introduced to Europe by the Germans in the late 16th century, and is still widely enjoyed in Germany, Spain and France.
It involves putting your feet in a hole, then leaping into the air while a drum beat plays.
This is the first stage of the season, when temperatures can reach 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit) in the German city of Oberhausen.
This stage of winter sports is usually accompanied by a parade of children, with some kids jumping into the water with others, before a grand finale in the town of Oberleutnant, where a bullfight takes place.
A stag stock at the Ostkreuz in Oberleuhausen, Germany.
“The German stag stock really took off in the 1950s,” said Joachim Fuhrman, an Olympic historian who teaches sports at the University of Cologne.
“The Germans did it in their own backyard, and now it’s the go-to event.”
The German stag-stock was born out of an economic crisis in the mid-1960s, when a German farmer decided to buy his son’s family farm and build a big, beautiful stag farm.
He took over the family business in 1970 and was successful.
But things started to change after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991.
In 1992, the farm collapsed.
The Soviet Union invaded, and the farm’s inhabitants fled to neighbouring Poland, which at the time was a communist country.
Many farmers in Poland were also forced to leave the country, and they began to work in their fields.
“When the Soviet invasion happened, the farming community in the area was completely devastated,” Fuhn said.
“People were very scared, because the country was so close to the border, and it was very difficult to cross the border.”
When the Germans returned to Poland, they found the farmers had been displaced, and so they decided to build a new farm.
The result was a stag farm, named Ostkruse.
Ostkrugs is an ancient German word meaning “large cattle”.
“We have a big cow in the family, so we named the farm Ostkrose,” Fuchrman said.
The Ostkriss family was able to continue to operate the farm, but it took some time before they could find the money to start up a new stag stock.
So, Fuhrmacher started looking into other European stag-stocks.
The idea was to find one that had a similar structure and feel, but without the economic fallout.
He was not able to find any other stag stocks that looked as good.
“We knew we had to create a stag stock that was fun,” he said.
The first stag stock Fuhrs team produced, Ostkrin, was a very small stag stock of about 300 animals.
“It was a real disappointment,” he says.
“Our biggest problem was getting the animals to move in the right direction.”
Fuhrer found that animals were better moved into a circle, so they could see each other better.
But he also found that the animals did not do much in the way of social interaction, and that the stag stock was not really a good event.
Fuhrmans team was able, however, to make the animals move in a more structured fashion, so he could start the final stage of his stag-fest with a bull-taming show.
This was a successful attempt to attract the audience.
In the spring of 2010, Fuchs team started producing a new breed of stag, called the Ost-Rhin.
This breed is about the size of a sheep and has an extra layer of fat underneath its skin.
This helps the animal to withstand the cold.
Ost-rhin is about 300 kilos, or about one-fifth the size as a stag.
It has a more robust structure, which helps the animals withstand the extreme cold.
This new breed is still very small and not as strong as the Ostks, but the animals are much more active and energetic.
“With Ost-Rhin, you can have a very fast and fun stag,” Fuchs said.
They also use a different kind of harness, which is similar to the one used in the Ostocks, but with more muscle.
Ost Rhin is very active, and has the ability to jump high.
For this reason, Fuchrs team decided to name the new breed Ostkross.
Ostks are smaller, less-fussy animals and also have less muscle, which means they have less mobility and can be ridden with more confidence.
Another reason why Ostks have a higher chance of success in a stag-staging event is that the animal will be healthier, since they are smaller.
Ost Klöcks is the most famous of the two breeds.
This year, Führer is preparing