Wild deer primarily consume leaves, twigs and buds. In the fall, they eat beechnuts and acorns, while in the winter they switch to hardwoods, hemlock, fir and cedar. They can subsi...
What to Plant to Feed Deer
Deer prefer different plants in different regions, partly based on the total plant selection available but also on what they have "learned" to eat. Deer will eat almost anything -- even-poisonous plants -- if they get hungry enough. Considered browsers,...
Supplemental feeding of deer is gaining popularity in Maine. Practiced primarily
during late autumn, winter, and early spring, deer feeding involves placing ...
How to Feed Deer. Whether you just want to feed deer that frequent your property
, or you want to establish a small-scale preserve to photograph and observe ...
Feb 18, 2010 ... And in New York, it's actually “illegal to feed deer by putting out any material that
attracts deer to feed.” Or face a fine of up to $250 and 15 days ...
Information on feeding deer. Supplemental feeding and food plots.
Learn about the advantages of feeding deer not just right before the hunting
season, but all year round to support the entire deer herd.
This website is about Deer and what they eat. Learn how to attract deer to your
area, deer in the wild, and what a fawn eats and how to feed them.
Feb 6, 2013 ... It's that time of year again when well meaning do-gooders (including hunters and
landowners) start killing winter stressed dear by feeding them.
EACH WINTER, people contact the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR)
expressing concern for deer. Often these people ask about supplemental winter ...