Do Deer Eat Pumpkins?


Yes, Deer do eat pumpkins. Generally, Deer are non-selective and so they eat any natural vegetation such as flowering plants and weeds. They also eat nuts, fruits like apples and crabapples, farm crops like beans, sweet potatoes, and wheat.
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