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Culling undesirable bucks from your herd is serious business, and there is much misinformation in the marketplace about how to do it. Here is some sound advice from an expert who has been managing his small farm in the Midwest for many years.Managing Cull Bucks

Managing Cull Bucks

Culling undesirable bucks from your herd is serious business, and there is much misinformation

Don Higgins



 

We ended Part 1last month by asking this question: How much protein does a deer need?Understanding What Whitetail Need, Pt. 2

Understanding What Whitetail Need, Pt. 2

  We ended Part 1last month by asking this question: How much protein does a deer need?

Dr. James C. Kroll



 

EVALUATING YOUR MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
In the last issue, I discussed how confusing the termWhat Is Management? Part 2

What Is Management? Part 2

  EVALUATING YOUR MANAGEMENT PROGRAM In the last issue, I discussed how confusing the

Dr. James C. Kroll

Are you frustrated with where you are in your current deer management program? If so, perhaps you need to take things to the next level.Taking the Next Step In Deer Management

Taking the Next Step In Deer Management

Are you frustrated with where you are in your current deer management program? If so, perhaps

Steve Kaufman

Much has happened in the Keystone  State since antler restrictions were established in 2002. Although some hunters still resist the idea, the overall results have been extremely positive.Antler Restrictions and Pennsylvania Deer Hunting

Antler Restrictions and Pennsylvania Deer Hunting

Much has happened in the Keystone State since antler restrictions were established in 2002.

Freddie McKnight

Many hunters and landowners think coyotes, wolves and other predators are a major hindrance to effective whitetail management. Others believe they are a deer manager's best friend. Who's right?Are Predators Hurting Your Whitetail Herd?

Are Predators Hurting Your Whitetail Herd?

Many hunters and landowners think coyotes, wolves and other predators are a major hindrance to

Ben Koerth

When it comes to growing trophy bucks on private land, understanding the animals will take you only so far. If you can't also work with the human side of the equation, you might never succeed.Manage Deer by Managing People

Manage Deer by Managing People

When it comes to growing trophy bucks on private land, understanding the animals will take you

Gordon Whittington

Laboratory analysis of deer teeth offers greater accuracy than just looking at the jawbone. But is such accuracy critical? The answer could depend on why you want the information in the first place.Aging Whitetails: How Close Is Close Enough?

Aging Whitetails: How Close Is Close Enough?

Laboratory analysis of deer teeth offers greater accuracy than just looking at the jawbone.

North American Whitetail Online Staff

Setting up the right food plots for this fall will help you control doe numbers and maybe even give you a crack at Mr. Big.Plotting for the Harvest

Plotting for the Harvest

Setting up the right food plots for this fall will help you control doe numbers and maybe even

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