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Response of Deer and Livestock to Controlled Grazing in Central Texas

Craig A. McMahan, Charles W. Ramsey
1965 Journal of range management  
Highlight White-failed deer welfare and production under various intensifies of continuous-use grazing by combined cattle, sheep, and angora goafs was studied in fhe Edwards Plateau region of Texas. Under poor range conditions continuous grazing by combined classes of livestock adversely effected deer production through competition for food. Livestock were more efficient compefiiors for native forage than deer.
doi:10.2307/3895738 fatcat:6gw4csxj75exrbghig5fbst2ra