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Thoughts from the Deer Professor

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It is always amazing to me when I read a well written article. A descriptive author can make you feel as if you are actually witnessing what is happening in their story. Another type of well written article…

Thoughts from the Deer Professor

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All deer are susceptible to many different injuries and infections. Most of them have a strong will and determination to overcome many brutal injuries and sicknesses. I have seen all types of problems with deer over the last…

Thoughts from the Deer Professor

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Weather & Deer Weather conditions in mid summer and early fall can be extremely hard on your deer herd. This time of year you start getting high and continuous humidity which can lead to pneumonia and other respiratory…

Thoughts from the Deer Professor

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There is an old saying in the hunting world, “Once a spike always a spike.” This old saying no longer fits the genetics we enjoy hunting today, and couldn’t be any further from the truth. I am asked…

Thoughts from the Deer Professor

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ConQuest 200 TV is based on the life and drama surrounding the breeding and farming of 200” Whitetails. Episodes bring the viewer inside ConQuest Deer Farm’s gates to become witness to their genetic design program. Genetics along with…

Thoughts from the Deer Professor

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Over the past few years, flood plots and trail cams have become widely effective for the avid hunter. And with nutritious food plots, hunters are improving the health of deer herds all over the country. I have a…

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The long awaited warm weather has been ideal for fawns to be born and to foster new antler growth! Adequate rain fall has also aided in the sprouting of much needed vegetation to ensure the health of the…

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Fawns do the darndest things! I have had at least a dozen phone calls so far this spring from good caring people who have found fawns that have, seemingly, been abandoned by there mother. In reality the fawns…