deer management

What’s the Best Age-Class Buck to Pass for Quality Deer Management?

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What’s the best age-class buck to pass for quality deer management? Fortunately the best buck to pass is also the easiest to… Read more…

Unteaching Deer Management: Have We Been Fed a Lie?

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Are today’s deer management practices a legitimate means of growing big bucks or have we been fed a lie when it comes to management and food plots?… Read more…

Predators Don’t ‘Coexist’ With Prey

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Predators and the prey they pursue – some control experts would say they should simply learn to get along, you know,… Read more…

Deer Euthanized 9 Days After Ovary Removal

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We recently reported on a deer sterilization project happening in Ann Arbor, MI. This week, one of those deer has been euthanized. Here’s the story…. Read more…

Ovaries Removed in MI Deer Sterilization Plan

54 MI deer have had their ovaries surgically removed by veterinarians as part of the city’s management for the booming deer herd. Here’s the… Read more…

Take Care of Pregnant Does Now with Rack One’s Overload

Another hunting season has come and gone, but the whitetail’s world is always changing. Pregnant does need nourishment now more than ever, give them the… Read more…

Coyotes Prey Heavily on Southeast’s Deer Fawns

The coyote’s impact on whitetails is often severe in Southeastern states, where coyotes first started showing up during the past 50… Read more…

Whitetail Deer Herd Health And Using the Winter Severity Index

Neal McCullough discuss the Winter Severity Index (WSI) and how it can be used to assess the health of Whitetail Deer herds in northern regions of the… Read more…

A Buck Named Clyde: A Testament to Food Plots, QDM and Mock Scrapes

Mock scrapes, Quality Deer Management and Food Plots all played a key role in my brother, Damin, harvesting the biggest buck to ever come off our… Read more…

Where Have All the Bucks Gone?

After a great October, my bowhunting season has really slowed down both in terms of buck sightings as well as trail camera photos. Where have all the… Read more…

Wisconsin Hopes “Dr. Deer” Will Improve its Deer Program

Dr. James C. Kroll might not be a popular figure among many deer biologists, but his communications skills have helped build rapport with deer… Read more…

2011 Nebraska Archery Season Sees Big Changes

When the 2011Nebraska Archery season opens on September 15th there will be some significant new rules in effect.  The two most notable rule changes… Read more…