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    If you have the land/trees, hinge cutting keeps the tree alive for good browse for the animals.

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    http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/7205.html

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      Will deer strip bark off cedar trees?
      I asked this over on F&S, but being there's a few more folks over here I figured it worth asking again. My basis for asking is that my mom's goats have killed a few cedars by stripping the bark, but I'm unsure whether they did it out of boredom or because they liked the bark.

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        Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
        Will deer strip bark off cedar trees?
        I asked this over on F&S, but being there's a few more folks over here I figured it worth asking again. My basis for asking is that my mom's goats have killed a few cedars by stripping the bark, but I'm unsure whether they did it out of boredom or because they liked the bark.
        They like the bark.

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          Originally posted by Red Angus View Post
          Will deer strip bark off cedar trees?
          I asked this over on F&S, but being there's a few more folks over here I figured it worth asking again. My basis for asking is that my mom's goats have killed a few cedars by stripping the bark, but I'm unsure whether they did it out of boredom or because they liked the bark.
          Goats will pretty much eat anything...except grass. They're browsers. They WILL eat grass, but it's not a normal part of their diet.

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