The Deer Associates Program, under the Patton Center for Deer Research, provides private landowners, wildlife managers, agencies, biologists, commercial hunting operations, and deer enthusiasts with the latest findings from deer-related research being conducted at the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute.
Additionally, the Patton Center for Deer Research hosts an annual Deer Research Meeting to provide an opportunity for deer enthusiasts to come together to discuss the latest research findings. The meeting is typically held the first Friday in March. More information concerning the meeting may be found here: Deer Research Meeting.
2022 Presentations - March 4, 2022
Deer and Cattle Interactions in the South Texas Heat
Jacob Dykes, CKWRI
Habitat Management: Paradigms and Changes
Dr. Poncho Ortega, CKWRI
Efficacy of Oral Anthrax Vaccines for White-tailed Deer
Dr. Walt Cook, Texas A&M University
Techniques for Aging Deer Based on Tooth Wear Aren’t Aging Well
Dr. Randy DeYoung, CKWRI
Next-Generation Solutions for Chronic Wasting Disease
Dr. Peter Larsen, Minnesota Center for Prion Research and Outreach
The Tag on Your Pelleted Feed and What it Means for Deer Nutrition
Dr. Dave Hewitt, CKWRI