Deer Culling, Deer Cull
This method of deer culling by sharpshooting is a very humane and approved by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) as a painless form of euthanasia, deer culling by sharpshooting calls for a disciplined staff to employ a diversity of methods to maximize safety, delicacy and effectiveness. The deer culling sharpshooting technique is frequently applied in suburban and urbanized areas with accessible public and private properties.  Generally all deer meat is given to area food shelters and soup kitchens for distribution to those who may need it.
Before starting any deer culling or sharpshooting activities the target area or areas and bordering properties are soundly reviewed employing topographical maps and satellite photographs, and then followed by a survey of the target area. By being informed of the location of every occupied building and regions of individual use we're able to work more safely, discretely, and effectively.

Baited target areas are chosen with the participation of the property owners and the collaborating of state authorities. Each and every target area selected for deer culling by sharpshooting is established on safety concerns and deer habits.


Pro Deer Control performs field operations during minimal human activity. Additionally, during the sharpshooting operations we seek intensively for any people and non-target wildlife or pets to avert any problems.


During the deer culling process, all ages and sexes are removed; nevertheless, full-grown does are targeted.


The sharpshooting process is performed from specialized vehicles with a rifle during the nighttime with the assistance of spotlights. Sometimes sharpshooting takes place over pre baited sites from a tree stand with a rifle during the daytime or at nighttime. Suppressed firearms, night vision and lasers are used only in states where they're lawful to own. These tools are used to ease field processes and to assure a discrete performance.


During sharpshooting operations there will be a continual open communications between need to know property owners, municipality officials, and Pro Deer Control to provide information involving field activities to avert disputes.


After sharpshooting the deer carcasses are transferred and handled with the greatest degree of delicacy.


When in demand, we're willing to provide the disposal of byproducts and the transfer of deer to a USDA approved market for processing and contributed to those who may need the meat.


These are some reasons why Pro Deer Control is the leading edge of quality deer management and sharpshooting programs:


We possess the finest obtainable equipment with many hours of active use to assure accurate shot positioning, and many hours of classroom training on safety and animal behavior. This leads to the dependable use of equipment and the most humane handling of targeted animals.


We have exhaustively screened and selected bullets types, powder loads, barrels, twist rates, to provide a tool and sharpshooter that will result in repeatable accuracy time after time. As a final result of our comprehensive testing, we have discovered that no projectile fragments with substantial size or inertia leave the target animal or ricochet.


Last, although safety is the important issue to be deliberated when carrying out a sharpshooting program to keep down deer counts, with the above preventative standards and the quality, professionalism and expertise of Pro Deer Control, it need not be a worry of who you should call.

Controlled Hunting:
The use of hunters to handle overabundant deer herds could demand the need for state authorities and law enforcement participation as there makes up the likeliness for animal welfare groupís interference. The use of bow hunters is a tactful deer removal method; nevertheless, there may be smaller success rates because of restricted shooting areas may demand a lengthier time frame of operation. A specialized firearms season, when possible, could be employed to maximize the effectiveness such as the number of deer removed and program length.


Pro Deer Control provides deer removal thru deer culling and sharpshooting in these states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Wisconsin, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming.
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