What do yall think, or what is the facts about age, genetics and nutrition? My question is, what is the most important of these, if any, or are they all the same. I know you have to have the right property in the right place in the country to have consistent "booners"
I have always thought age first, then genetics, then nutrition. I may be wrong, but it seems like most places in the southeast have plenty of deer food year round, because it doesn't get enough snow in winter,, and we usually get enough rain in summer.
What you Think?