The Economics & Methods of Farming High Quality Deer

Alberta has many diverse livestock species within its rural economy. This is a direct result of farmers searching for new ways to support declining profits in today's tough agricultural markets. Since 1992, Albertans have looked to the whitetail deer and the mule deer as a way to diversify their farms. The deer industry has had many ups & downs during its growth, but has developed into a viable alternative to traditional livestock

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Breeding Markets
The breeding market is critical to the success of both the deer farmer and the CHP (Cervid Harvest Preserve) operator. The demand for large antler trophy deer has increased over the past several years and deer breeders must strive to meet these increasing demands by continuing to improve the genetic foundation of their herds.