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wildlife damage to field crops is a widespread concern, and the control of wildlife damage to crops is an important component of wildlife management. But given the economic and social importance of both agriculture and wildlife-related activities in Indiana, balancing the needs of crop producers and wildlife is critical to the sustainability of both. This publication explains wildlife feeding behavior and the influence of wildlife damage on crop yield.
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