Not a lot of nutrition in this red maple twig. Browsing coarse twigs is a sign of poor nutrition and can result in long-term habitat damage.
Phil Anderson is a consulting ruminant nutritionist with a particular interest in whitetailed deer nutrition and management. He is a Penn State graduate and an accredited member of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists.
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* Consulting work to improve property nutrient balance...soil, plant, and animal
* Private consulting for landowners; food plots and Quality Deer Management
* Monitoring nutrition of captive and wild deer herds
* Consulting projects regarding deer nutrition and management
* Food plot seed or nutritional product development and evaluation
* Forage Quality; lab analysis and evaluation
* Professional product representation
* Writing, speaking on deer management topics
Read one of Phil's recent articles entitled, Planning Habitat for Whitetail Nutrition from "Quality Whitetails" magazine. Viewable on the QDMA web site at http://www.qdma.com/articles/details.asp?id=60
He also made some contributions to QDMA's (new in 2006) "Quality Food Plots" book.
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