Reproductive management in white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus Zimmermann)

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J. González-Maldonado
Canuto Muñoz-García
Ricardo Serna-Lagunes
J. Salazar Ortiz
J. Gallegos-Sánchez
C. Cortez Romero

Keywords

hunting; physiology, biotechnologies, ruminant.

Resumen

Objective: To review information related with the reproductive physiology and management of white-tailed deer for reproductive specialists and producers.


Design/methodology/approach: The information presented in this document relies on the review of scientific papers and on experience gained in white-tail deer production systems.


Results: White-tailed deer is a species with seasonal reproduction and one of the most important hunting species in Mexico. Currently, all reproductive biotechnologies applied to small ruminants can be used in white-tailed deer.


Limitations of the study/implications: Information regard the physiology and reproductive management of white-tailed deer is limited, probably due to conditions specific to its production system.


Findings/conclusions: Research and publication of information regard the physiology and reproductive management of white-tailed deer is needed.

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