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Parks try their darnedest to deter deer May 26, 2012 Ohio

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Parks try their darnedest to deter deer May 26, 2012 Ohio, Fremont News Messenger 
... Horticulture director Mike Ecker has tried several tactics ... : placing physical barriers around the trees [has worked] ... In Sandusky County, the wild deer population was 2,527 last year, far above the goal population of 1,766, the ODNR reported. In 2001, the population was 1,794. It peaked in 2008 at 2,723. ... The goal was set by local farmers in each county in 2001, since farmers have the most to lose from the deer population, but ... the state is looking at bringing other stakeholders to the table and updating the goal numbers. 


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