So if the habitat says that 3 deer per square mile is too many than I guess this guy is OK with reducing the herd some more.Provide the maximum sustained yield of game for sport hunting and trapping, including white-tailed deer, as prescribed by the carrying capacity of the ecosystem to support and maintain respective populations of game.
I hope he understands what sustain means.
Seems focused on the term maximum yield. Goes to length to explain maximum but seems not to worried about time.Maximum sustained yield is defined as the management of game animals, including white-tailed deer, toward producing the maximum numbers of animals for consumptive use that can be sustained over time, and thus maximizing the recreational aspects of the harvest.
The way I see it that is what HR has done for us. It has attempted to balance the herd with the habitat. And we all know that when the habitat is healthy the herd will provide the maximum numbers. It just don't work the other way around. If it did farmers would not need as much land or could raise more on the the land they have now for a large profit. Waugh!