More and more hunters are going with convenience when registering their deer.
If you’re not a hunter, venison can be tough to get your hands on considering it’s pretty rare to find it in a restaurant.
A deer caused thousands of dollars in damages after it crashed through a window in a building at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Minnesota deer hunters will again be able to donate venison to state food shelves this year.
In most cases, hunters go out of town to “bag a buck.” It turns out when it comes to hitting a deer in your car, you don’t have to go far.
The Minnesota Deer Hunters Association reminds hunters this is the last day to apply for lottery antlerless deer and wolf hunting permits.
Farmers in Southeastern counties say their crops are under attack by herds of hungry deer. While driving on county roads in the area around dusk, the sight of deer browsing in corn and soybean fields is quite common. And with deer numbers so high, their appetites are costing farmers thousands of dollars.
The way Mark Christianson tells it, in his lilting Old Country accent, the deer started the fight.
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Wildlife managers are seeking public input on revised deer population goals for southwestern and north-central Minnesota.
Officials have found a case of chronic wasting disease in a doe in Shell Lake in northwestern Wisconsin.
The warm weather and lack of snow are having a positive effect on Minnesota’s deer population.
Amid complaints by hunters, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says it will begin reassessing its deer population goals this spring.
Fewer deer were harvested in the 2011 hunting season.
It is a case that has neighbors really upset with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources: two deer fawns killed by police in Forest Lake.