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Deer Feeding Patterns • Transitioning From Plots to Acorns

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Deer Minerals • When to Establish Mineral Sites for Whitetail Deer

Whitetail Deer • Mossy Oak University, Season 1, Episode 16 – 1m 14s

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    When the deer seem to disappear from your food plots or you aren’t seeing quality deer in your fields, they’ve mostly likely transitioned from agriculture food sources to acorns. At this time in the season, move back into the woods towards the bedding area, and start looking for big white oak tre...

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