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I just read a story on acorn and hickory nut production on the east coast, and I'm curious: has anyone noticed a change in acorn crops this year?

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I heard the acorn crop was huge this year, which was a reason the deer were slower early season lots of food in the woods

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I heard the acorn crop was huge this year, which was a reason the deer were slower early season lots of food in the woods

Ummm yeah, my back yard would prove that theory. Tons of the dang things and the tree rats loved it! Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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Depends on where you live and the species. Trees go in cyclical ebbs and flows with fruit production, especially when left to pollinate naturally.

I found that white oaks were pretty sparce this year, but the red oaks had a ton of acorns.

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I have 31 white oaks in my yard and there was no shortage of acorns there. Wish I could find a market for acorns and leaves. I'd be a rich man.

Maybe I should give Acorn Rage a call?

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