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Old 12-23-2009, 03:49 AM
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Originally Posted by bluebird2
Alt said we had to kill a doe to make room for every buck saved by ARs. In 2002 ARs saved 38,000 additional buck and we killed 38,000 additional doe.
What a powerful man Dr Gary Alt was, all he had to do was speak and the world before us changed, can any of you imagine if he would have ended his deer killing wish list with a few words of wisdom and passion, Like peace on earth and good will toward man.
What a wonderful world it would be.

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Old 12-23-2009, 05:15 AM
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So, does the doe population increase or decrease, when you reduce the buck to doe ratio in a stable herd and how does that affect recruitment?
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Old 12-23-2009, 07:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Screamin Steel
I would say that it is ironic...ironic that the PGC which used to be better symbolized by a deer or other game, is now plastering pictures of songbirds as the banner on their homepage. It's all there in the big , bold print.
C'mon Steel, lighten up just a little. It's a changing banner including many different types of wildlife including deer!

Heres a few more

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Old 12-23-2009, 07:42 AM
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Instead of that button buck pictured, they shouldve just taken a picture of a gutpile. lol.
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Originally Posted by bluebird2
So, does the doe population increase or decrease, when you reduce the buck to doe ratio in a stable herd and how does that affect recruitment?
Depends on how far you are from the New York boarder.
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Old 12-23-2009, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by bawanajim
Depends on how far you are from the New York boarder.

Lets not forget the distance from posted ground, the OWDD, the PS DPSM, the BB ratio, the AL allocation, the moon phase, the trillium count, and the relative striped maple and hobblebush density
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Originally Posted by BTBowhunter
Lets not forget the distance from posted ground, the OWDD, the PS DPSM, the BB ratio, the AL allocation, the moon phase, the trillium count, and the relative striped maple and hobblebush density
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Originally Posted by bawanajim
Depends on how far you are from the New York boarder.
If that is your best answer ,then I will have to agree that you are very confused.
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