DEER farming has been developing steadily in Britain since the early 1970s and over the past few years the handling of farmed deer has become commonplace. Veterinary surgeons may become involved with deer on the farm, in quarantine premises, in semen and embryo collection centres and/or at the abattoir. This article is aimed primarily at those handling red deer. Fallow deer have a reputation for being more ‘flighty’, though with a correctly designed system they, too, can be handled smoothly and quickly.
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