Thursday, January 24, 2019
Tags Posts tagged with "white-tailed deer"

Tag: white-tailed deer

The first year to see an Ohio deer harvest total over 10,000 was 1974 when 10,747 were tagged. Hunting in all 88 counties was not permitted until 1979.

Most whitetail bucks will have dropped last year's antlers by the end of January and once it is a shed, it represents a coveted prize to the first person to find it.

Ohio's deer management strategy is a difficult balancing act subject to pressure from various stakeholders as well as from the political side.

Learn more about processing and preparing venison to maximize its quality, get rid of undesirable flavors, reduce gamey taste and ensure it is safe to eat.

Understand all of the factors that can affect the taste of deer meat in the field. Learn to manage and preserve venison to get rid of undesirable gamey flavors.

Cattle owners in southwest Ohio should monitor herds closely for bovine tuberculosis; prevent contact with wild animals
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