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Ben S.

Columbus, OH, USA
male, age 42
married, 2 children
Speaks: English
Joined Jan 1, 2007


 
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Quality Deer Management (QDM) is a management philosophy/practice that unites landowners, hunters, and managers in a common goal of producing biologically and socially balanced deer herds within existing environmental, social, and legal constraints. This approach typically involves the protection of young bucks (yearlings and some 2.5 year-olds) combined with an adequate harvest of female deer to maintain a healthy population in balance with existing habitat conditions and landowner desires. This level of deer management involves the production of quality deer (bucks, does, and fawns), quality habitat, quality hunting experiences, and, most importantly, quality hunters.

 
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My Philosophy "When a hunter is in a tree stand with high moral values and with the proper hunting ethics and richer for the experience, that hunter is 20 feet closer to God."
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    Jan 1, 2007 10:09 AM

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    Attention Ohio Bowhunters.  This is my Ohio Based Message Board.
    http://ohiobowhunter.smfforfree2.com/  Please Feel free to join.


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