Topics will include economics, equipment, regulations, deer handling, breeding, nutrition, fawn care and many more. Those interested may take individual classes or the entire program.
Cost for the entire program is $250 which includes registration, all printed curriculum and meals. Graduates will receive access to “Members-Only” areas of the website along with an OSU Certified Whitetail Deer Farm sign and certificate.
“If you’re thinking about getting into the deer industry, the course can help you make an informed decision if the business is right for you before making a large investment in time, energy, effort and money,” Herje said.
Further information about the course should be directed to Lyndee Strader at 744-9100 or email@example.com. Enrollment forms can be found on the OSU Cleveland County website at oces.okstate.edu/cleveland with an enrollment deadline of March 9.