Deer & Deer Hunting

MANAGING THE BIG WOOD

When studying big woods and farmland deer I’m often struck by how vastly different their lives and many of their traits are. At the same time, due to there generally being more hunters and bucks with more inches on their heads in farm belts, that’s what gets the overwhelming majority of coverage.

We’re going to tip the scales back a smidge today by discussing managing big woods habitats. In

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