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Montana Whitetails in Good Shape for Fall

A mild, rainy summer put the whitetail herd in great shape in many parts of Montana.   Western whitetails can face some tough winters, but summer weather conditions can be just as critical to their survival and health. This past summer's weather was favorable. “We had a nice spring that broke early,” says Keith Miller of Montana Whitetails. “Even better, we had great rains that got natural forage in great shape.
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