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  • 1997
  • March

How Many Deer Are Too Many?

Without records, most land managers are unable to tell. Livestock managers are trained to monitor forage availability and body condition of their herd. Except in extreme cases, deer forage conditions are subtle, and body condition observations are limited to the check station.
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  • 1997
  • July

Me, Shoot a Doe?

Many hunters and deer managers in our area have accepted the necessity of doe harvest to effectively manage toward the common deer management goal of increasing buck body and antler size. Some, however, still object to this practice.
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  • 2002
  • May

Deer Management, Controlled Burning Groups Gaining Popularity

In many instances, it is easier for an organization of individuals with common interests, rather than one person operating alone, to achieve goals.
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  • 2004
  • September

Think Before Planting Food Plots

Food plots can be used to increase visibility of deer for hunting or other purposes. Although popular, food plots do not always accomplish intended deer management goals. Several factors should be evaluated to ensure the success of food plots.
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  • 2001
  • September

Killing the Factory?

An exploration of the common belief among deer hunters that harvesting does will harm deer populations.
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  • 2004
  • November

Walnut Bayou Deer Management Association Profile

A deer management association is a group of land managers in a region who share common deer management goals and make a decision to cooperatively manage their shared deer herd. The 12,640-acre Walnut Bayou Deer Management Association has deer statistics dating back to 1996 illustrating the advantages of landowner cooperation.
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  • 1998
  • November

Minimize Wildlife Consumption of Mycotoxins

Mycotoxins, toxins produced by fungi, are known to negatively affect mammals, birds, and fish. Some of the grain produced this year might have higher levels of mycotoxins due to drought related stresses during seed production.
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  • 2014
  • October

Early deer harvest assists population management

As part of most management programs, doe harvest is an important component that needs just as much attention as trophy bucks.
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  • 2004
  • August

White-Tailed Deer Information to be Shared at Sept. 25, 2004 Seminar

A White-tailed Deer Seminar will be held at the Pontotoc Technology Center Auditorium at 601 West 33rd Street in Ada, Okla., from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 25, 2004, followed by an in-depth session at the Noble Research Institute's Wildlife Unit.
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  • 2000
  • April

A picture is worth a ?

For several years, advances in technology and creative thinking have led some deer researchers and managers to explore using infrared-triggered cameras over bait to monitor or estimate deer populations. It is imperfect, but it does hold a lot of promise.
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