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Given the economic and social importance of both wildlife-related activities and agriculture in Indiana, balancing the relationship between wildlife species and agricultural production is critical if the needs of all of the respective interests groups involved with these commodities are to be met. This publication discusses agricultural damage by wildlife by species.
MacGowan, Brian; Lee A. Humberg, James C. Beasley, and Olin E. Rhodes, Jr.;
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