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What rights do farmers have shooting deer on their on farm?

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Quite a few states have a Crop Damage law that allows a farmer/landowner to shoot animals doing crop damage or threatening your livelihood.  ( i.e. Trampling down crops.)  You'd need to check with your state and local govt law enforcement (a game warden, probably) to get the right information for your area.

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