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There is a particular bush that the deer in our woods just love to eat and I can't identify it. It looks primarily like a thorny bush with red berries and brownish leaves. Looks like it stands no more than two feet off the ground and grows in the low end of the propery. Thanks.
 

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Can't help with the ID but I know the ones you are talking about. The deer love them. Have seen a lot of deer in them this year in Gladwin Co.
 

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it is almost impossible to identify any plant wothout a photo. For proper ID it is best to take a photo in the summer when the leaves are still on or the berries. If you still can not get it ID'ed, send a sample to the MSU extenstion.

Regards and good luck!
Lyle
 

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I have a bush I can`t identify either. This one grows on top of a hill and has blue berries about the size of wild grapes. It gets about 30". I dont know if the deer eat it or not. I quess I`m gonna have to invest in a book. If I can figure out what you`ve got I`ll post again.
 
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