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Old May 23rd 2020, 09:01 AM   #1
  May 2020
New babies

Just started on a deer farm here in Louisiana. So Iím new to the deer farming business. Had 3 fawns born approx 8-10hrs ago and now itís starting to rain. How will this affect them and their temp? Suppose to rain for next 7 days!! Temperature outside is 73 degrees.
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Old May 24th 2020, 08:53 AM   #2
  Jan 2020

Cervid: Big Whitetail Deer
Congratulations on getting in the best business in the world. It will scar and worry you to death sometimes but itís so much fun and has some very exciting times... I had to remember when I first started deer have been around as long as men. God made them very resilient to the elements... Fawning season is a great time of year for the deer industry.. if I were you Iíd tag them, pull their hair for Dna and start waiting in the next ones to hit the ground.. In all honesty they should be fine this time of year with the rain.. Louisiana has a great deer industry.. I wish you nothing but the best.
My name is Joseph Martin with Fre-Mar Whitetails in Cullman, Al.. if you ever have anymore questions feel free to contact me. 256-425-8278
If I canít answer your question I know several farmers that probably can!! Congrats again!
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