Today on the show we’re joined by renowned wildlife biologist and whitetail manager Dr. Grant Woods to discuss how we can handle whitetail management adversity. There are numerous challenges facing deer & deer hunters today, and in this episode we tackle those issues.

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– Dr. Grant Woods’ diagnosis of the current status of whitetails and whitetail hunting in North America

-What Grant believes are the greatest issues facing deer and deer hunters at this time

– Grant’s thoughts on the agencies and hunters varying levels of responsibility for whitetail herds and management

– How to assess the health of your local whitetail herd

– How to determine whether or not your deer herd is at the right level

– What to do when disease affects your herd

– Grant’s thoughts on captive deer herds

– How to handle increased predation on your hunting property

– What to do if habitat loss is an issue in your area

– Grant’s single most important take-away for deer hunters

– And much more!

Show Notes, Resources, Links:

– For more great information from Dr. Grant Woods, visit GrowingDeer.TV

– If you missed the podcast episode with Kip Adams, that we referred to in the beginning of this show, click this link to listen

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