Fetal Surveys Showing Deer Management Isn't 'One Size Fits All July 5, 2013 Alabama

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Fetal Surveys Showing Deer Management Isn't 'One Size Fits All July 5, 2013 Alabama, DeerandDeerHunting
...  If there is one buck for her, she’s going to be bred around the last week of January. But if there are 10 does to one buck, it might be February or maybe March before she gets bred.” ...  there a misconception about the number of does a single buck is able to breed during one estrus cycle... “He’s going to go with her wherever she goes until she is ready to breed ... “Some people are saying they’re going to save a buck to do most of their breeding for next year. But most studies show that a buck is only siring two to three fawns per year if they’re lucky.” ...


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