Also a hunter ed. instuctor here. Altho I don't know the specifics, I suspect this stems from disputes primarily over locationns of deer feeders It seems there is often much competion to keep the creatures on one's own land. Some hunters spend phenominal amounts of time and money to convince deer that "my-corn-is-better-than-his-corn".
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