Some Common Sense Deer Management October 30, 2012 Texas

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Some Common Sense Deer Management October 30, 2012 Texas,
... According to a recent study conducted by the biologists, understanding food habits, livestock competition, stocking rates, browse lines, rotational grazing, brush control and carrying capacity is the first step in good food management practices. The diversity of vegetation on an area is the key to meeting cover and food requirements. Basic cover needs include low-growing vegetation for adequate hiding cover to protect fawns from predators in their first days, and mid-level vegetation or escape cover to provide protection from predators ... 

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