Enhancing White-tailed Deer Habitats on Your Property: Food Plots (2013)
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Landowners who are managing their land for white-tailed deer may consider planting food plots to provide a supplemental food source. On some properties, establishing and maintaining food plots can provide supplemental food and nutrition for deer, but food plots should never be considered a substitute for managing the native vegetation to provide quality food sources. In situations where food plots would contribute to deer management objectives, the plots need to be established and maintained properly.
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