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GARDENERS—
BEWARE


FEMALE DEER ARE   
FEEDING HEAVY AS
THEY NEED TO
PRODUCE ENOUGH
MILK FOR THEIR
YOUNG


AN AVERAGE DEER
CONSUMES 5 to 10
POUNDS OF
VEGETATION PER
DAY






WILDLIFE
MANAGERS-


MAY IS THE
MONTH TO APPLY
YOUR MINERAL
LICKS WHICH
PROVIDE
MAXIMUM
HEALTH & ANTLER
GROWTH



FERTILIZE YOUR
FOOD PLOTS





BE SURE TO CHECK
YOURSELF FOR
TICKS!!!

ALWAYS CARRY
THE
TICK KEY!
WhiteTail Solutions - Deer Management Organization
VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2
MAY 2008
WhiteTail News
New Product - Not Tonight Deer!
VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2  PAGE2
MAY 2008
Hunt To Feed Program
Pro Staff
Links
Upcoming Events
WhiteTail Solutions and Pro Staff had an excellent time up
at Cabelas in East Hartford for the
Hunt To Feed Awareness
Weekend.  

We have been invited back for the Cabelas Fall Outing
August 23rd and 24th.

Hope to see you then & check out all the photos from the
event
here....
Not only does Not Tonight Deer work, but it is one of the
most economical deer repellents on the market.

One 6 oz. Bag makes 5 gallons of liquid that will
cover 5,000 square feet of garden.

And all this protection is available for $12.95.

Purchase directly here.
Hunt To Feed is proud to
announce its newest
sponsor to the program,
Prospect Gun Club. & our
latest Product sponsor to this
years banquet  
Muzzy
Broadheads .  
The Hunt To Feed website
is now linked on Chas & AJ's
Morning Show at 99.1 WPLR
FM Radio Station
Website

Check it out and let them
know you appreciate it!
Please read the Testimonial
Page on the HTF site and
forward to all your friends.  
Contributions can now be
made directly through Pay
Pal on our website
.  Please
help support!
Check out the most recent article by our Pro Staff member, John VanDerLaan.

Connecticut deer hunting continues to shine as an extremely long archery season with very
liberal bag limits, and a peak rut gun season make the nutmeg state ..... Read story
here
Please contact us to get the WhiteTail Solutions & Hunt To Feed logo link on your website and
help us spread the word.
May 17                                                June 1
Lyme Disease Seminar                 Pet Expo "Lyme in Pets"
UNH - New Haven, CT                   Torrington, CT


June 14                                              June 17
Trailblazers Event                            Lyme Disease Seminar
CT Rivers Council                           Eastern CT State University
Boy Scouts
Please visit our website for additional information about our various products, services, youth
and volunteer programs.  We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely Your Friends at WhiteTail Solutions & Pro Staff   
info@whitetailsolutionsllc.com  
203-305-3874

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reply here.
Not Tonight Deer Repellent
Dan Beyer & Joe Tucker at Cabelas East Hartford, CT Hunt To Feed Awareness Weekend
WhiteTail Solutions & Troop 162 Southbury CT Archery Talk
WhiteTail Solutions
recently had the
privilege of speaking
with Troop 162 of
Southbury, CT about the
history of archery, the
basics of archery
hunting and the use of
archery as a management
tool.  The future of archery
and hunting is our youth!

If you would like us to
speak to your boy or girl
scout troop, please fill out
our
Youth Mentoring Form.
Walk Against Hunger
Team Hunt To Feed recently
participated in the
Walk
Against Hunger to help
support the
CT Food Bank in
Waterbury and New Haven.

Hunt To Feed team was able
to raise $390.00 for the CT
Food Bank.
Unfortunately a little short
of our goal, but we
appreciate everyone's
contribution and look
forward to next year's
events.
Lyme Disease Seminars
We have recently had the pleasure to exhibit at two Lyme Disease Seminars, one held by the
Newtown Rotary and the most recent by the University of New Haven.  Lyme & other Tick
Borne Diseases are extremely debilitating and need to be taken seriously!  Please check
yourself, your children & pets daily for Ticks!  May is Tick Awareness Month!  We encourage
everyone to help support their local & regional Lyme Disease Task Forces.