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QDMA & LSU Deer Field Day



The Annual QDMA & LSU Deer Field Day will be held Saturday May 3 at LSU's Ildewild Research Station in Clinton. If you have never attended this event, it's a very good way to learn some of the most current information related to deer. This is one of the best opportunities each year to learn from some of the area's top deer experts and researchers. See the information below for everything you need to know about the event. We hope to see you there on May 3. Please note that pre-registration ends this Friday (April 25) so call now and register to save $10. To register, call Tammy at 225-291-7500.

Wildlife Field Day

Managing Habitat for Quality Deer Herds

Bob R. Jones-
Idlewild Research Station
4419 Idlewild Road
Clinton, La.
Saturday, May 3, 2014

Co-sponsors

LSU Ag Center
Bob R. Jones-Idlewild Research Station

Quality Deer Management Association
South Louisiana Branch

LA Department of
Wildlife & Fisheries
(LDWF)

This event will be conducted at the Bob R. Jones-Idlewild Research Station, 2 miles south of Clinton, La. Presentations will cover a variety of topics including discussions on a new genetics trial established specifically to benefit soft mast species beneficial to wildlife. The identification and nutritional value of understory browse plants will also be covered. White-tailed deer aging techniques using tooth wear and replacement along with antler scoring techniques will also be discussed. The program will include the latest techniques for feral hog control including trapping and baiting.

PROGRAM

7:30 a.m. Registration

8:00 a.m. Program begins

Welcome and Introductions:
Dr. Dearl Sanders, Resident Coordinator, Bob R. Jones-Idlewild Research Station, LSU AgCenter.

Report on the 2013-14 Deer Season in Louisiana:
Mr. Scott Durham, Deer Study Leader, Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries.

Establishing Genetically Superior Soft Mast Species for Wildlife:
Dr. Charles Johnson, Horticulture Specialist, LSU AgCenter.

The Identification and Nutritional Value of Understory Browse Species:
Mr. Scott Durham and Dr. Don Reed, Wildlife Specialist, LSU AgCenter. .

Aging techniques for White-tailed Deer Using Tooth Wear and Replacement:
Mr. Vic Blanchard, Forester / Wildlife Biologist A. Wilbert Sons, LLC. Mr. Tony Vidrine, Wildlife Biologist, La. Dept. Wildlife and Fisheries, Mr. David Moreland, Outdoor Roots.
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What’s New and What’s on the Horizon for Controlling Feral Hogs and other Nuisance Quadrupeds?
Dr. Glenn Gentry, Reproductive Physiologist, LSU AgCenter, Dr. Dearl Sanders, Ms. Kay Shaw, Cell-Gate Wireless Traps.

Lunch will be provided as part of registration fees at the conclusion of the program.

REGISTRATION

The basic pre-registration fee is $30 if paid by April 25, 2014. Registration fees paid after this time will be $40. In addition to lunch; coffee, water and soft drinks will be provided.

Registration can be completed by telephone and with a credit card by calling Ms. Tammy Bosch at:
225-291-7500 or by returning the registration form along with payment to:
Tammy Bosch
10114 Jefferson Highway
Baton Rouge, La. 70809

Make checks payable to: QDMA








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Hammertime
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re: QDMA & LSU Deer Field Day


I always have always wanted to run up and grab one of those high fenced mother frickers





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mylsuhat
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can you provide a link to this as well



Seems awesome






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Send me your email address to dboudr5@hotmail.com and I will forward you the electronic version of the flier.





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MillerMan
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quote:

I always have always wanted to run up and grab one of those high fenced mother frickers


Why would you want to do this?






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Just a reminder that the Deer and Wildlife Field Day is this Saturday, May 3 at LSU's Idlewild Research Station in Clinton. Registration starts at 7:30 Please call Tammy at 225-291-7500 to pre-register for the event. See you there.





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Hammertime
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Have you ever wrestled a goat by it's horns? If not, you wouldn't understand


Pen raised deer are not scared of people. I have had a few in high fenced properties just walk straight up to me within 2ft






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MillerMan
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I thought you were talking about one of the biologists that do the high fence stuff, not the deer





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TigerDeacon
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Is anyone going to this? If so, I would love to get a copy of any of the handouts they pass out.





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mylsuhat
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I think my dad is going to try to go





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TigerDeacon
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If you can get a copy, email and me at tigerdeacon at gmail dot com. I would really appreciate it. Thanks.





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I know someone who did once...





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Probably won't be any hand outs. Most of this stuff is hands on so you can actually learn yourself, instead of just listening to lectures.





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