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# What state has the highest deer density?

## What state has the highest deer density?

Mississippi tops the list at almost 40 deer per square mile, but Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan all show an average of more than 30 deer per square mile. Indiana, Alabama, South Carolina and Kentucky all have 23 or more deer per square mile.

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## How many deer per acre is healthy?

There are a lot of variables that determine the optimal deer density for a property, but 20-30 acres per deer is a relatively safe goal to start out with. That number will fluctuate, depending on your location’s resources and many other variables, and will actually fluctuate across all four seasons.

## Is 6 acres enough to hunt?

Yes, you can create dynamic deer habitat on only 6 acres that is highly attractive to neighborhood deer and will allow you to enjoy great hunting on this tract. No, working alone from a 6-acre base of operations, you cannot effectively manage the local deer population (the “Herd Management” Cornerstone of QDM).

## How many does should you have per acre?

A general rule-of-thumb is to harvest one doe per 100 acres minimum.

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## How many deer can live on 200 acres?

You should actually check the estimates for the area but here’s an example of how to figure how many deer can be harvested off that 200 acres: Assume 30 deer/ square mile x 1 square mile/640 acres x 200 acres = 9.375 deer supported by the property.

## How many deer can live on 100 acres?

To stabilize the herd shoot one adult doe for every 25 to 100 acres of high-quality habitat, one for every 100 to 300 acres of moderate-quality habitat, and one for every 300 to 640 (or more) acres of low-quality habitat.

## Is 12 acres enough to hunt?

If you want to ambush one from a tree or blind, 12 acres is plenty.

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## Are food plots worth it?

The top reason for planting a winter food plot is providing wildlife an easier-to-find food source than what is typically available in the dead of winter. Some plots are best left untouched entirely, offering food that is safe and under no pressure whatsoever, especially if it’s in the middle of the property.

## Is a food plot considered baiting?

Due to their size and amount of food produced, food plots spread deer out over a much larger area than bait sites, and thus they mimic natural forage in woods and fields. Some people equate food plots to baiting and claim that if baiting is not allowed then food plots should be illegal too.

## How small can a food plot be?

A small food plot is what I generally refer to as anything under 1 acre in size and usually even smaller than ½ acre. In these small food plots, you want something that can produce a ton of forage and hold up to significant browse pressure from deer, while still being attractive.

## How many acres do you need for a hunter?

Depending on where you are, that could be somebody’s backyard or a highway.” For two hunters or more, Messerschmidt says the ideal minimum size land for rifle hunting deer is about 50 acres, but one could manage on as little as 25 acres if the property is in the right area.

## How many acres do you need for a deer stand?

An Adequate Treestand Collection To adequately hunt a parcel the maximum number of sits per acre, you have to have enough treestand locations. For a rough guide, plan on 8-10 for a 40 acre parcel, 12-16 for an 80 acre chunk of cover and 18-20+ for 100-300 acres or more.