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Deer Factory: Working With Neighboring Hunters

Neighboring hunters can have a huge impact on your deer management plan.  James Kroll discusses the importance of working with neighboring landowners when it comes to creating your deer factory.

The key to any successful relationship is communication and that certainly applies when talking about deer management on your property. Talking with your neighbors can go a long way to determining whether the things you think are happening when deer cross the fence actually are.

In many instances, your neighbors may have similar management philosophies and you didn't even realize it. In others, you may be able to share your plans and goals with them and bring them into the fold for a plan on a larger scale. But you will never know unless you ask and open those lines of communication with neighboring hunters, whether they be landowners or those hunting with permission or on a lease.

Talking with neighboring hunters can also help to create working partnerships where you can each help achieve your management goals.


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