Dan De Baerdemaecker

British Deer Farms and Parks Association

The management of deer within farms and parks

About Dan De Baerdemaecker

Originally from Sussex where on leaving college worked as a game keeper for 2 years before being asked to go and work at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire on the deer department for six months, following the six months I went travelling and worked as an agricultural stock fencer in the south of England and in Europe. In 2008 I was asked to return to Woburn full time as assistant deer manager for 4 years before becoming the head deer manager in 2012. I am currently in charge of the 3000 acre deer park with 9 species of deer, the red deer farm, and 10,000 acres of wild deer management.

A overview of the deer farming industry and the management of deer on farms and with in parks.

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