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Wildlife First Aid - How to Feed Baby Deer (Fawns) - Wildlife Watch


When they are the size of the deer in the photos below, add some solid food to the ... You don't want to feed deer cold formula. ... Fawns are rarely orphaned.

Deer Rehabilitator - What to do with a baby deer I found?


Now, deer are so overpopulated, the instance of orphaned babies is extremely high. Mother deer (doe) often wander and feed while their young fawns are ...

Fawn Care Guidelines | Deer Farming Articles | NADeFA


By Dr. Cliff Shipley. These are general guidelines for raising whitetail and mule deer fawns. There are diseases and conditions that may be specific to certain ...

How to Bottle Feed an Orphaned Fawn: 6 Steps (with Pictures)


How to Bottle Feed an Orphaned Fawn. Young deer, or fawns, are very weak and usually cannot fend for themselves if abandoned or lost. A fawn will most likely ...

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Jul 3, 2010 ... this deer is being rehabbed and will be released into the wild.
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Jun 13, 2011 ... kent with his whitetail fawn babies. ... bottle feeding baby deer ... Baby Deer Almost Dead - Rescued By Th Lighthouse Lady - Duration: 2:17.

Hand-rearing Deer (Techniques) - Wildpro


See: Hand-rearing of Orphaned Wildlife for further general information. ... Wipe milk off face with warm damp sponge after each feed, particularly if feeding from a  ...

If You find A Fawn - Wildlife Fawn Rescue


DO NOT FEED THE FAWN ANYTHING other than water. Baby formula, cow's milk, feed store mixes, pet store domestic animal formulas, soy products - will ...

How to Raise a Healthy Whitetail Fawn - Whitetail Deer Farmer


A fawn refusing to eat sometimes is due to the chemicals used in manufacturing .... You should give a shot of Covexin 8 to any Fawn that has been orphaned or ...

Orphan Deer: Basics - Deer Industry Association of Australia


The principles of rearing orphan deer are no different to those that apply to ... As a rule of thumb, a fawn requires 15-20% of its body weight in feed intake to grow  ...