Quaker Neck Gun Club has been practicing Quality Deer Management in conjunction with our Kent County cooperative for over a decade. Numerous mature bucks and does are harvested annually. We have a minimum 15" inside spread rule for bucks (one per weapon) being harvested and very liberal doe limits (10) in accordance with our state regulations. Violations of our spread rule are subject to a maximum of $100.00 per point fine.
Our year around habitat management programs includes over two dozen green fields planted with clover, alfalfa and brassicas. Large blocks of warm season grasses have been planted creating additional bedding and comfort zones. Annual food plots made up of standing corn, sorghum, wheat and barley are also planted. These standing crops provide winter food sources and create corridors across and between our hunting areas. Sanctuary areas have been set aside on each farm creating a safe haven for the deer.
Off-site butchering service is available nearby.