The Deer Initiative

THE MANAGEMENT OF WILD RED DEER IN THE EAST OF ENGLAND

Event

Published date: 03/07/2018

20TH JULY 2018

HELMINGHAM HALL, SUFFOLK

During the past 10 years there has been a notable decrease in the numbers of mature and older stags. Although culling of population is required there is also a need to look carefully at the quality and age of stags being culled to ensure a balance of age classes is left. This meeting will provide an opportunity to look at Red stag management and to debate and discuss the intricacies of this management.

Featuring Talks from National Experts on:

• The History of Red Deer, Red Deer Population Dynamics, Managing Farming and Red Deer Impacts, Getting the best from your Venison and Future Red Deer Management

• An open discussion providing an opportunity to question and debate current management thoughts related to the management of red deer in the region.

Followed by a tour of the Red deer, discussing ageing and the development of herd management.

If you would like to attend this event please email central@BASC.org.uk to request a booking form.

 

This event is organised and promoted by the partnership of The Deer Initiative, including The National Gamekeepers Organisation, British Association of Shooting and Conservation, St Hubert Club, The British Deer Society, The National Farmers Union and The Country Landowners Association.


Emails / links / downloads

Email: Booking Form Request

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