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by Josef Von Kerckerinck

Download Deer Farming in North America: The Conquest of a New Frontier eBook
ISBN:
0961903201
Author:
Josef Von Kerckerinck
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
River Pr; First Edition edition (September 1, 1987)
Pages:
235 pages
EPUB book:
1727 kb
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1355 kb
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1896 kb
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Von Kerckerinck, J. (1987). Deer Farming in North America: The Conquest of a New Frontier. Modern Deer Farm Management. GP Books, Wellington. Phanter Press, Rhinebeck. Vrydaghs, . and Denham, T. (2007). A view from Zagros: new perspectives on livestock domestication in the fertile crescent. In Vigne, J. Peters, . and Helmer, D. (ed., First Steps in Animal Domestication: New Zooarchaeological Perspecitves. Oxbow, Oxbow, pp. 125–146.

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 venison. As of 2006, New Zealand had approximately 3,500 intensive deer farms, with an estimated stock of . million deer.

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There are several well-known strategies for farming (for all of these, players are advised to purchase a knapsack or better to maximize storage space): The player harvests wood, then sells them at any store.

New Frontier - Beginner's Guide. SAFE ZONE Vainbank, The Brockton Train Station, and two neighboring abandoned farms are all in the game's largest safe zone

New Frontier - Beginner's Guide. This guide is and will remain a work in progress until New Frontier is fully released on Steam. Some information in it may become out-dated as game patches roll out and some sections of the guide are incomplete or don't even exist yet and there will be typos. I will be doing my best to keep this guide up-to-date. SAFE ZONE Vainbank, The Brockton Train Station, and two neighboring abandoned farms are all in the game's largest safe zone. This allows new players to explore, loot, build, and even take a train at no risk of being attacked by other players.

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Exotic animals are not tax deductible except as part of a genuine commercial farm, according to rulings from the Internal Revenue Service

About 3,000 deer roam 1,500 fenced acres of the 5,000-acre ranch. He says, "Deer farming combined with the right marketing approach can give hundreds of farmers the chance to stay on their land and make a decent living. Exotic animals are not tax deductible except as part of a genuine commercial farm, according to rulings from the Internal Revenue Service. Prepared by George B. Holcomb of the Office of Information, . Department of Agriculture, for USDA's Office for Small-Scale Agriculture (Howard W. Kerr, J. Program Director).

said Josef Kerckerinck, who now operates a trophy hunting ranch. in Upstate New York Jacksonville's John Shaw, who runs a deer farm in the. north-central part of the state. In Europe, it's a main course. It's hard to beat our product. But I knew it could be done, because I. came from Europe and they've been doing it there for many, many. What Tedford, Kerckerinck and the roughly 500 other members of. the association do is raise deer as livestock for profit, although for many just mingling with the animals seems to be. profit enough. Jacksonville's John Shaw, who runs a deer farm in the. Several of the non-native species lend themselves to modern. agricultural husbandry. Unlike whitetails, which eat acorns and.

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  • Manemanu
Great book about raising fallow deer, has some guides and budgets that can be useful but will need current prices input to get accurate costs etc. Highly recommend this book.
  • Andriodtargeted
Considering the changes in todays exotic wildlife industry this book was good for when it was written but is in serious need of an update.