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By: Erik Barber Posted on: food sources during winter, making. Deerface freezing temperatures and limited January 22, it their most challenging season.
Managing for proper white-tailed deer nutrition can be accomplished through habitat management, supplemental feeding, and the planting of food plots. Supplemental feeding is expensive and can artificially maintain excessive numbers of deer on already marginal habitat. In general, supplemental feeding is not a recommended deer management practice unless integrated with other deer population management practices. Managing habitat for proper nutrition should be the primary management goal. In short, supplemental feeding and food plots are not a substitute for good habitat management. Three classes of forage are availble to white-tailed deer. These three classes are forbs, browse, and grass.
To the landowner or deer manager, it is critical to effectively manage deer for maximum productivity and antler quality. One of the most important woodsman skills is to be able to identify and find the plants and foods deer prefer. When I am in the woods I am constantly assessing the availability of prime deer foods, and how much is being utilized by the deer. One of the most common statements I hear about what deer eat is, “Why there is plenty of green stuff for them here, they can’t be starving. Deer and cows represent the opposite end of the spectrum that represents ruminant those that have a four chambered “stomach” food habits. Viewed from above, cows have a broad nose and wide tongue they use to eat a wide array of plant species, especially grasses.