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A few years back a local farmer left about 50 round bales in the field. By spring there wasn't a single one left. The deer would even bed down in the spilled hay during the day so they didn't have to go back to the swamp. we never found a deer dead in the swamp that spring while shed hunting. Must be it didn't kill them. They must have survived on it.

Another farmer cried that the deer ate up his corn. No sympathy from me as he never picked it until New years:D

I have seen many hay fields full of deer munching on what is left of the standing hay after it freezes off in the fall. Why would baled hay be any different?
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