Too dry in large parts of the state to plant supplemental food plots for deer September 27, 2015 Texas

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... Landowners can plant now in dry soil and hope for enough rain ... “This is not to say that white-tailed deer do not need supplemental nutrition,” Higginbotham said. “To the contrary, it’s critical, as much of the southeastern deer range, including East Texas, provides substandard nutrition for the white-tailed during the warm- and cool-season stress periods in July and August, and January and February, respectively...


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