Deer Management in the UK
With 25 years of professional deer management experience, the author shows how to manage deer to their best potential. Whilst much deer management can result in a harassed and pressured deer population, this invaluable guide demonstrates how a more gentle approach has the benefit of an unstressed, visible and truly manageable population of deer. The book concentrates mainly on roe and includes detailed case studies; a modern approach to cull planning; collaborative management techniques, plus 10 delicious venison recipes from 3-star Michelin chef, Marco Pierre White.
- Hardback | 216 pages
- 195.58 x 248.92 x 22.86mm | 839.14g
- 01 Jul 2011
- Quiller Publishing Ltd
- Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
- colour photographs throughout
About Dominic Griffith
Dominic Griffith set up his own Deer Management business in 1986 and is responsible for managing the deer on 15,000 acres in Hampshire. He is a Board Director (Trustee)of both the British Deer Society and the Deer Initiative and heads the BASC Trophy Measuring Service. He has a wide and continuing involvement in training at all levels and is known as a massive roe enthusiast and in particular their management as measured by quality.