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Thread: Slapperdean Roe cull

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    Trees and deer again !! well we all know which way this will go.

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    If they want trees the deer have got to be managed.
    Al

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    when you say managed, you mean annihilated day and night of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKL View Post
    when you say managed, you mean annihilated day and night of course
    +1 of course. Why would it be any different. What I do not and will not agree to is the fact that deer are never taken into account and are always treated as the number one enemy of trees. Having dealt with a number of issues with deer management over a few years and especially in Scotland, deer have been, in my opinion number one enemy for a considerable time, and I have yet to see them treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sikamalc View Post
    +1 of course. Why would it be any different. What I do not and will not agree to is the fact that deer are never taken into account and are always treated as the number one enemy of trees. Having dealt with a number of issues with deer management over a few years and especially in Scotland, deer have been, in my opinion number one enemy for a considerable time, and I have yet to see them treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.
    +1 When will they learn that biodiversity can also include deer.

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    No i don't , your an arse
    Al

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    Here we go again!
    Does anyone know where this bit of ground is?
    Do they know the background to said story?
    If not then why say the deer will be culled too hard!
    This is a poisoned chalice if ever there was one IMO
    This is NOT a job for a recreational jolly whenever it's a nice day,this is a job of work right in the publics view?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicorn71 View Post
    +1 When will they learn that biodiversity can also include deer.
    Biodiversity is fine if the trees get away,which they won't if deer aren't culled/managed,not left so people can stalk when they feel like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sikamalc View Post
    +1 of course. Why would it be any different. What I do not and will not agree to is the fact that deer are never taken into account and are always treated as the number one enemy of trees. Having dealt with a number of issues with deer management over a few years and especially in Scotland, deer have been, in my opinion number one enemy for a considerable time, and I have yet to see them treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.
    Malc they are no.1 enemy of trees in certain places,are they not?
    Anyone involved with culling deer,that I know,has a healthy respect for them and love seeing them as well,we still shoot them do we not?

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