The drop in entries at the Dixie Deer Classic could be attributed to winter weather, a large acorn crop that allowed deer to stay hidden and an insect-borne disease that killed many deer.
The drop in entries at the Dixie Deer Classic could be attributed to winter weather, a large acorn crop that allowed deer to stay hidden and an insect-borne disease that killed many deer. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com
The drop in entries at the Dixie Deer Classic could be attributed to winter weather, a large acorn crop that allowed deer to stay hidden and an insect-borne disease that killed many deer. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com

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