Quebec AM | Jan 30, 2013 | 11:31

Wild deer not so dear to local farmers

They've tried hot sauce, soap and synthetic urine. But farmers in the Eastern Townships says they're losing their battle against a growing number of wild deer feeding on their crops. Our Townships Correspondant Sarah Rogers speaks with some producers across the region continue to struggle with deer eating their crops.

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