3 edition of Farming the red deer found in the catalog.
Farming the red deer
by H.M.S.O. [for the] Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Statement||byKenneth Blaxter ... (et al.).|
|Contributions||Blaxter, Kenneth, Sir, 1919-, Rowett Research Institute., Hill Farming Research Organisation., Great Britain. Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for Scotland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||169|
Farmer discovers raising deer can be very profitable Red deer are a larger, tamer European cousin of Minnesota's white-tailed deer, Bingham said. Deer farming has been around for many years. The deer are not only raised for their meat, but also for their antlers. The Fallow deer is the most commonly raised species. Elk and deer antlers are sold as an aphrodisiac in the Far East or Pacific Rim countries. The meat of deer contains only 5% fat and has 1/6th the cholesterol of beef.
Deer whisperer book We write about the many trails and tribulations during the first 25 years of raising brown, white and albino deer. Raising deer is not as easy as most people think, but there is a lot of satisfaction but also a few heart aches. Dr P. Owen of the Division of Land Research Use, CSIRO, Canberra, provided valuable assist- (Received for publicafiun 3 December ) BOOK REVIEW FARMING THE RED DEER This report is a detailed account of work undertaken by the Rowett Research Institute and the Hill Farming Research Organisation over the period
Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Red deer farming. Livestock: Red deer -- Management -- Research projects Scotland. Grampian Region. Glensaugh. Reports, surveys; More like this: Similar Items. For more information about deer farming visit the following sites: Deer Farmers’ Information Network contains a large number of articles about deer farming worldwide. has a directory of deer and elk farming associations, along with listings of farms and deer for sale.
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This book addresses the biotechnical aspects of game production, to the exclusion of managing game farms as a business. Although the focus is on the waipiti (elk), Haigh makes extensive reference to studies of European red deer, two variants of the 5/5(1).
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I pointed out to Gabriel that this was a rather ridiculous situation on our way to lay down hard-earned dollars for deer meat. However, we hadn’t even gotten to the punchline yet. Farming the Red Deer: The Final Report of an Investigation by the Rowett Research Institute and the Hill Farming Research Organisation HMSO books: Authors: Sir Kenneth Lyon Blaxter, Rowett Research Institute, Hill Farming Research Organisation: Publisher: H.M.
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A short chapter deals with German experience with red deer, but the bulk of the chapters on housing, feeding, breeding and finance focus on fallow deer which Gunter Reinken and his colleagues believe to offer the greatest potential for the development of deer farming.
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Deer farming in Germany concentrates on using fallow deer (Dama dama), while in the UK the red deer (Cervus elaphus) is preferred. Aspects covered in this book include markets and prices, advantages and disadvantages of farming 'alternative' animals (such as deer), Cited by: Deer farming business has a great opportunity for earning better livelihood and creating good employment sources.
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Hudson Mpd, Jerry C. Haigh Bvms. Red deer are more commonly farmed in Australia than other species because. they are a versatile dual-income animal.
are the main velvet antler producing breed of deer. they are well adapted to our climate. Fallow deer – male buck. Fallow Deer Female Doe and Young Fawn. Fallow deer are also a dual purpose animal, but for different reasons.
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A deer farm (technically a ranch) is a fenced piece of land suitable for grazing that is populated with deer species, such as elk, moose, reindeer, or especially white-tailed deer, raised as livestock.
New Zealand is the largest supplier of farm-raised ofNew Zealand had approximately 3, intensive deer farms, with an estimated stock of million deer. Farming Wapiti and Red Deer by J.C. Haigh,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).
Description: This book provides an overview of the biology, management, and diseases of farmed wapiti in North America with an emphasis on veterinary topics.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide specific information on deer farming in North America. The focus is on raising wapiti as an agricultural species, with limited mention of other commonly Pages: